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Public Sites Renewable Energy Feasibility Study for Centralina, NC and SC

Date Published: August 2014

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This guidebook provides information about the economics and basic technology of renewable energy. It includes descriptions of basic economics, tax incentives, and common deal structures in this industry, and provides six case studies which represent a variety of types of sites and technologies.

Keywords: Connect Our Future; Charlotte, North Carolina

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  • Centralina Council of Governments (Connect Our Future)
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