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No matter what happens on the national political scene, the Lighthouse Solar team—custom home builder Jordan Mills, systems engineer Bryan McGunn, and real estate expert Jason Iahn—say their industry is here to stay. "The last cabinet enabled solar to get a strong foothold and it's all systems go," says Iahn. "Government matters, state by state and town by town; Colorado and California were early adopters and wrote it into legislation and building codes. The penetration here in Ulster County is pretty impressive—I just came back from a visit to Atlanta, where there's almost no rooftop solar, and it's great to be back here and see panels on every fifth roof."

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