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Energy    October 20, 2014
Solar Gardens to Power the Smart Grid
Posted by Brian Bakst for the Associated Press

Rather than relying on people forking over thousands for a few glass panels atop their homes or businesses, gardens will allow them to claim a slice of a bigger solar array through subscriptions. While the electricity produced goes into the general power grid, subscribers get breaks on their monthly bills based on their share of the solar energy that's harnessed.

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