A $12 Billion Clean-Energy Tool That U.S. Tax Reform Could Kill

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Solar panels stand at the Enbridge Inc. Sarnia Solar Farm in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, July 21, 2017. The Sarnia Solar Farm, which became fully operational in the fall of 2010, was at the time one of the largest photovoltaic solar farms in the world. It was also Enbridge's first ever foray into solar energy, costing $400 million. Photographer: James MacDonald/Bloomberg

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