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SolarBC Launch

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eld chose Dawson Creek this morning, as the site to announce the Campbell government, is investing five million dollars in the SolarBC program.

The province will support six SolarBC projects in five different communities including Dawson Creek, which received the Solar Leader of the Year award last November, from the Canadian Solar Industry Association

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Mr. Neufeld says the program supports the government’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and, builds on the BC Energy plan…

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The six projects include residential Retrofit, Local Government Solar Thermal, First Nations Solar, Social Housing Solar, Solar for Schools and Solar Communities.

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