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August 10, 2011 9:48 AM

Idaho Power branches into solar energy plant

Idaho Power has no experience building or operating the renewable technology that is expanding worldwide. So it plans to build a pilot photovoltaic solar plant that will give it the expertise it needs for the technology that already has risen over the horizon. Idaho Power also has approved two contracts to buy power from solar developers.

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