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[snip] Solar eclipse. "From a promising start in the early part of the decade, policies and incentives [in Illinois] supporting solar energy growth have ground to a halt," writes Mark Burger, president of the Illinois Solar Energy Association, in its newsletter "Heliographs." "Funding designated for supporting renewable energy, especially small-scale systems, has been diverted to close the general revenue budget gap, leaving the Renewable Energy Trust Fund empty."

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