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"Solar panels to be manufactured by rehabilitated prisoners "

"Solar panels to be manufactured by rehabilitated prisoners "

Spire Solar recently won a contract with Federal Prison Industries (FPI) to install photovoltaic module systems for UNICOR, FPI’s inmate employment division. The contract is on an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) basis for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work on systems for UNICOR

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"For solar on a historic home, you’ll have to pay"

"For solar on a historic home, you’ll have to pay"

Preservationists say case-by-case reviews of residential solar installations within historic and conservation districts are necessary to maintain neighborhoods' characters. Solar hot-water panels are visible on this home within the Piedmont Conservation District, but the addition of solar panels would require review

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Residential Basics of Going Solar - 12/02/2010 - Portland

Learn the Basics of Going Solar in Oregon. Learn about Solar Thermal and Solar Electric systems and how Tax credits and Incentives can pick up more than half of the cost.

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