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SolarCity Opens In South Carolina

Originally published on Solar Love. On October 5, SolarCity began doing business in South Carolina. It plans to open an operations and installation center in Charleston by the end of the month. It has already begun hiring installers and sales representatives. The company says its rooftop solar systems will allow homeowners in South Carolina to [&hellip SolarCity Opens In South Carolina was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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