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Bill urges spending $100m on clean energy

At a clean energy press conference yesterday were Jack M. Wilson (left), UMass president; Speaker Salvatore F. DiMase; Senate President Therese Murray; and Governor Deval Patrick. At a clean energy press conference yesterday were Jack M. Wilson (left), UMass president; Speaker Salvatore F. DiMase; Senate President Therese Murray; and Governor Deval Patrick. (Michele McDonald/Globe Staff)
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / May 20, 2008

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The state would spend more than $100 million over five years on clean-energy research and business development, an expensive wager on the future of companies that produce and institutions that research solar panels and biofuels, under a bill House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi filed yesterday. (Full article: 514 words)

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