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Trump administration helps wind and solar projects delayed by pandemic

Reuters India Thursday, 28 May 2020
The Trump administration is giving solar and wind energy projects more time to qualify for generous federal tax credits, delivering a reprieve to renewable energy developers struggling with delays caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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