Isle solar firms buckle at brunt of state’s action
By Kathryn Mykleseth firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct. 28, 2016
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“It’s like coral bleaching. Is the ecosystem going to be killed off? No. Maybe 50 percent of it. It’s not a good thing. There is less diversity, less consumer choice.” - Colin Yost, Principal owner, RevoluSun
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Inter-Island Solar Supply has seen its business fall off 16 percent in the past year, according to Rick Reed, left, president of the company. Reed and employees Ryan Miller and Christopher Woodward stood atop containers of solar panels Wednesday at Inter-Island’s facility in Mapunapuna.