Solar ventures are thriving, but with state help

09/25/2008 | NYTimes.com

Bob Chew, an installer of solar-energy appliances, built his company from a one-person operation to a 60-worker enterprise. It's sales bookings were $5.9 million last year and he expects to hit $20 million this year. But can he and other small operators in the U.S. solar industry survive without state incentives?

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