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Vt utility helping 3 non-profits go solar

RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) -- Vermont's largest electric utility is helping three nonprofit groups in the Rutland area go solar.

The three organizations will receive $20,000 matching grants to help build solar projects that are part of a broader effort by Green Mountain Power to make Rutland the solar capital of New England.

GMP says the grant winners are the Vermont Farmer's Food Center on West Street, Rutland Regional Community Television on Scale Avenue in Howe Center, and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Hillside Road.

A fourth grant is available but has not yet been given out.

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