Kyocera and U.S. Light, based in Latham, New York, expect to install 9.4 megawatts of projects by the end of June, the Kyoto-based electronics manufacturer said today in a statement.
An equity partnership reduces upfront costs for developers by letting a project investor benefit from a 30 percent federal investment tax credit. The subsidy is scheduled to expire in 2016.
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