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In the south of Georgia, land and sunshine are plentiful, making it prime territory for solar developers. The dramatic drop in the cost of solar is bringing new opportunities to longtime landowners.

How The Push For Renewable Energy Is Changing Southwest Georgia

By Mary Louise Kelly NPR
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