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August 20th, 2007
Influential players in the University at Albany's nanotech research and development center are pushing for major changes in solar power rules that would allow businesses to sell power companies excess power from large rooftop systems.
But the change, supported in a May report issued by the UAlbany College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering and backed by Tokyo Electron, IBM and a major Wall Street financier, runs headlong into opposition from the state's major energy producers.
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