TALLAHASSEE Fla. A Ted's Montana Grill here recently became the first of the chain's 49 units to use photovoltaics – or solar power – to conserve energy. It is also believed to be the first restaurant in the city to be retrofitted with the alternative power source. To promote energy conservation, Florida provides businesses that use solar power with one-time rebates of $4 per kilowatt generated, up to $100,000. Additionally, Ted's Montana Grill said the city will pay the restaurant ...

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