Under pressure from solar-power advocates who fear Austin may short-circuit a budding local industry, the Austin City Council is rethinking the city's strategy for expanding solar power.
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Chevron representatives pitched the project, which, they said, could net the district more than $2 million in rebates during the next five years, as well as an estimated $700,000 annually in savings on utility bills.