A 20,000-panel solar-power-generating field installed at the site of a former town landfill in Canton is still catching flak from unionized electricians despite being lauded by local and state officials as a hugely beneficial project for everyone. The energy plant, one of the largest of its kind in New England, has been running since late summer. But it continues to draw criticism from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, whose members did not get the installation job.
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