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Manitoba Hydro is denying allegations made in a recent lawsuit, which says it’s responsible for delays in installing solar energy systems as part of a two-year pilot program.

Sycamore Energy, a solar installer, filed the lawsuit alleging the Crown corporation badly mismanaged its pilot program aimed at offering a financial incentive, about 25 percent of installation costs to customers who invested in solar energy systems for their homes or businesses.

Saying the delays have left customers, with thousands of dollars sunk in solar projects that have yet to be completed.

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