December 14, 2017

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Farmer about to flip the switch on largest solar-energy system in the province

Rebates and hydro rate increases making renewable energy very attractive

 WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Solar Manitoba president Justin Phillips (from left), dairy farmer Hans Gorter and family members Chelsea Enns and Albert Gorter stand by the site where 520 solar panels will be installed.</p></p>

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Solar Manitoba president Justin Phillips (from left), dairy farmer Hans Gorter and family members Chelsea Enns and Albert Gorter stand by the site where 520 solar panels will be installed.

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