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How the Mafia Turned Clean Energy Into Dirty Money 

The boom is almost entirely due to what were, at their peak, the most generous renewable incentives in the world.

If the 1970s mob classic “The Godfather” had been filmed today, you’d see giant wind turbines in the backdrop of scenes around Vito Corleone’s hometown. They’ve sprouted by the dozen in western Sicily, part of a green-power boom fueled by government subsidies…

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