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Letters about MicroFIT Solar projects

I am interested in learning more about the Letters that many people have received regaring their MicroFIT projects - I understand that there are 2 versions of the letter - one that says your project…Continue

Tags: OPA, solar

Started Mar 5, 2011

C$=US$ Parity - what date/time
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We rapidly seem to be heading for parity (again) for the Canadian and US dollars.... this is good if we are investing alot in equipment and imported tools... but if we are selling US$ based…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joann Apr 5, 2010.

 

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