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Sun shines for solar PV, despite tax credit step-down

Nina Wu
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                                Sunrun electrician Justin Brennan puts up an electrical conduit near three LG lithium ion battery modules.
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Sunrun electrician Justin Brennan puts up an electrical conduit near three LG lithium ion battery modules.

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                                A family in Waianae had solar panels installed at their home, just in time to get full federal tax credit benefits before they decrease at the end of the year. Marco Bernardi, Sunrun lead installer, puts into place one of the 33 solar panels on the roof of the new solar electricity customer’s garage.
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A family in Waianae had solar panels installed at their home, just in time to get full federal tax credit benefits before they decrease at the end of the year. Marco Bernardi, Sunrun lead installer, puts into place one of the 33 solar panels on the roof of the new solar electricity customer’s garage.

BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Sunrun electrician Justin Brennan puts up an electrical conduit near three LG lithium ion battery modules.
BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                A family in Waianae had solar panels installed at their home, just in time to get full federal tax credit benefits before they decrease at the end of the year. Marco Bernardi, Sunrun lead installer, puts into place one of the 33 solar panels on the roof of the new solar electricity customer’s garage.