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State grant helps Stewart’s plant go solar

Congressman Paul Tonko and Stewart's Shops  President, Gary Dake,  look over a solar panel control unit that will be used in generating large amounts of electricity from solar power from the existing Stewart's Shops warehouse. Both were on hand for the Stewart's Shops NY-Sun Solar Project "Lifts-Off" at the Greenfield Center manufacturing plant on Monday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Congressman Paul Tonko and Stewart's Shops President, Gary Dake, look over a solar panel control unit that will be used in generating large amounts of electricity from solar power from the existing Stewart's Shops warehouse. Both were on hand for the Stewart's Shops NY-Sun Solar Project "Lifts-Off" at the Greenfield Center manufacturing plant on Monday morning.
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The sun will shine hot enough to freeze ice cream starting this fall at Stewart’s Shops’ manufacturing and distribution plant in Greenfield. The Malta-based company plans to install a 600-kilowatt solar array on the roof of its shop services building in the complex on Route 9N just north of Saratoga Springs, where the company produces its ice cream, chili and soups. Thanks to state funding and a federal tax incentive, Stewart’s will end up paying ...


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cracker
July 23, 2013
4:30 p.m.

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corporate welfare!!!!!

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