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NEW YORK CITY-Nearing the five-year anniversary of the city’s plaNYC initiative, city officials unveiled that the New York is a much sunnier – and efficient – place to do business. According to Mayor Michael Bloomberg at a press briefing on Monday morning, New York City has increased its total solar production to 648 kilowatts across 10 different sites, powering 143,000 households and cutting 205 metric tons of carbon emissions, achieving millions in cost-savings.

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