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Food & Wine

New Los Altos shop brews milk tea for gourmands

New Los Altos shop brews milk tea for gourmands

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Your Health

Preventing digital eyestrain

Preventing digital eyestrain

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Your Home

Mixing greywater and native plants

Mixing greywater and native plants

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On The Road

Satisfying sedans

Satisfying sedans

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Senior Lifestyles

General Enrollment Period open for Medicare patients

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Inside Mountain View

Minimum wage increases to $10.30 per hour in MV July 1

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Wedding To Remember

Sneaky shots: A photographers guide to capturing the proposal

Sneaky shots: A photographers guide to capturing the proposal

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Your Kids

Gap Year: Local students take time between high school and college to explore their interests

Gap Year: Local students take time between high school and college to explore their interests

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GreenTown collaborates on plan to solarize Los Altos, Los Altos Hills

“This program will help you reduce utility bills, increase home comfort and generate clean energy,” said program administrator Kevin Armstrong of GroupEnergy. “In addition to the great group discounts on solar, there are significant savings available – up to $4,000 – through energy-efficiency rebates from Energy Upgrade California.”

The federal Renewable Energy Tax Credit, available through 2016, provides a tax credit of 30 percent of the total system cost of installed solar electric systems.

GreenTown’s Gary Hedden said the new program delivers savings at least 15 percent below current market rates.

For more information, visit www.mygroupenergy.com/green-towns.

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