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Could a Small Town in Arizona Become the Solar Capital of the World?
Ginny Simmons in the Online Communications Manager for ONE.org.
When Rick Buss left his position as city manager of Maricopa, Arizona, to become the town manager of a 2,000-person, economically struggling town called Gila Bend in 2008, some people who know him personally and professionally wondered why.
Red Tape: A Solar Play in One Long, Expensive Act
Deputy Director of Programs, GRACE Communications Foundation
Customers who want to install small-scale, distributed generation like solar panels and wind turbines are confronted with a maze of complex, expensive and lengthy local permitting requirements.
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