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AZ Senate OKs longer tax break for solar (access required)

Supporters of an effort to help Arizona utilities pay for renewable energy have won a key vote in the Legislature. The Senate on June 23 approved a bill to extend a property tax break for generating plants using solar, wind and other renewable energy sources. The tax break currently expires in 2011, but the bill would extend ...

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