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Josh Silver, a carpenter and instructor at Holland College in Charlottetown, says solar panels have become an affordable choice for new builds on P.E.I. (Jane Robertson/CBC)
Two new solar programs are increasingly making it easier for farmers, homeowners, and businesses to adopt renewable energy.
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