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|Thursday, July 01, 2010|
Portland General Electric, Pacific Power and Idaho Power began accepting applications at 8 AM today for a pilot solar energy program.
Homeowners and businesses will receive above-market rates for the energy they generate and then consume, but they will not be compensated for any extra power they send to the grid.
Read the full story at OregonLive.com.
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