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April 11, 2014

SC utility board says 'yes' to natural gas, 'no' to solar

A state utility board gave approval to Duke Energy to build a natural gas plant at the energy giant’s current coal-burning plant in Anderson County, but denied a request from two environmental groups that wanted Duke Energy to also build a solar farm that would rival the largest solar projects in the country.

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