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How to Move a Utility: Get Moving Yourself

Last week, Pennsylvania's largest utility, PECO, floated some possible pilot projects to increase solar in its service area over the coming years. If all are enacted, the projects, could double the amount of solar energy PECO delivers. So why are green jobs activists, like myself, planning to do laps around the utility's Philadelphia headquarters in a protest called the PECO Runaround? First, doubling its solar only sounds impressive if you don't realize what a miniscule amount PECO currently procures: 0.
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