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Island in the Sun: Saint Lucia Goes Solar

The public residence of the Governor-General of Saint Lucia, a small island nation, is about to get an upgrade. As a part of reaching the nation's target of generating 35 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2020, the Government of Saint Lucia is partnering with the nonprofit Solar Head of State to install a solar PV system on the roof of Government House - Saint Lucia's equivalent of the White House.
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