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That is excellent. I have been wanting to convert my town house to solar for years, but now it might be time to get serious. It seems the tax breaks in Virginia are not of great benefit, so I need to save up some more money.


Having traveled rather extensively during my lifetime, I can attest to the fact that the vast majority of town halls I've visited do not, in fact, boast solar technology. Think at how much money would be saved for the taxpayers if they did!

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