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California Goes Solar

Solar panel installers are poised to gain from a new mandate

Starting in 2020, California will become the first U.S. state to require almost all new homes to draw some power from the sun. The solar mandate is part of a wide-ranging push by the world’s fifth-largest economy to combat climate change by weaning itself off fossil fuels.

California already leads the U.S. in home solar panels. Solar makes up about one-seventh of its electricity supply, and

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