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Spurt in Hawaiian solar use leads nation, but conflict threatens program

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII -- On a sun-drenched spring day, Brent Arakaki drives into a neighborhood where military families live here. It's an enclave at the foot of the mountains, featuring new homes with porches, verdant lawns and white picket fences. But as he steps from his van, it's the roofs Arakaki highlights. He gestures up, where long stretches of solar panels gleam in the afternoon light.

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