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stocks pared losses in late afternoon trading on Wednesday, led by a bounceback in energy shares as U.S. oil prices settled more than 5 percent higher. The S&P energy index .SPNY was down 0.7 percent after having fallen more than 2 percent earlier. Oil prices rebounded late, with U.S.

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cities would pay less for electricity than if they buy from their local utility. That upfront investment would be a better investment than the broad stock market index fund in 20 of the 50 cities. Among the factors that make residential solar PV a more and more attractive option are the rapidly falling costs of purchasing and installing solar components, the projections for increased costs of buying electricity from utilities in the years ahead, and the range of financial incentives offered by the federal and state governments and by utilities looking to meet requirements that they get a set percentage of their power from renewable sources. In the last 15 years, the median cost of residential solar has fallen to $4.70 per watt from $12 a watt, according to the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

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