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Mooseheart in Batavia awarded funding for solar energy project

By KANE COUNTY CHRONICLE May 20, 2019 Mooseheart Child City and School in Batavia has been awarded funding for a solar energy project from a State of Illinois program. In addition to Mooseheart, Kendall County, the Fox Metro Water Reclamation District near Montgomery and the city of Plano will receive funds for their solar projects …

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Yorkville School District Board OKs new contract with electric provider

By KATIE FINLON Nov. 14, 2019 YORKVILLE – The Yorkville school district will have a new electricity provider after its previous one recently went bankrupt. The Yorkville School District 115 Board of Education voted, 6-0, to approve a three year contract with Titan Gas & Power during the board’s special meeting Monday, Nov. 11. Board …

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Progressive Business Solutions Helps Fox Valley Land Largest Solar Development in Area History

Fox Valley Lands Largest Solar Development In Area History Kendall County, Fox Metro Water Reclamation, City of Plano, and Mooseheart Approved For Immediate Release – Aurora – May 20, 2019 Three area municipalities and a non-profit organization will save a combined $14.5 million in energy costs over the next 25 years from solar energy projects …

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Montgomery Board Discusses Solar Proposal for Fox Metro; Vote Push to Next Meeting Could Be Tight on State Application

By: Kathryn Bloch – WSPYNews.com Montgomery Village trustees discussed a special use request proposal from GRNE Solar for a utility scale solar energy system to be located at 800 S. River St. at their meeting on Monday night. The system, if approved and granted state funding, would generate electricity that would decrease the amount of …

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Yorkville Council Unanimously Approves Solar Farm for Kendall County Government Campus

By: Tyler Bachman – WSPYNews.com In a 8-0 vote at the Yorkville City Council meeting on Tuesday, aldermen approved a solar farm that if approved for state funding, would help to power the Kendall County Government Campus in the 800 block of John St. Petitioner GRNE Solar requested a special use permit for the city …

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Montgomery planners move ahead with proposal for 7,000 solar panels

By: Judy Pochel – The Beacon-News The Fox Valley may be home to a new solar energy system designed to help customers of the Fox Metro Water Reclamation District. GRNE Solar is planning to install some 7,000 solar panels over an 8-acre site at 800 W. River Road in Montgomery. Representatives from the solar company appeared before …

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Solar farm proposed to help power Kendall County Courthouse

By: Linda Girardi – The Beacon-News Yorkville is poised to review a proposal for a 7.4-acre solar farm designed to supply power to the Kendall County Courthouse. The project has been touted by the Kendall County Board as an energy- and cost-saving move. Lincoln, Nebraska-based GRNE Solar is seeking special use permit approval from Yorkville …

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Kendall County Board OKs solar panels near jail in Yorkville

By: Tony Scott – KendallCountyNow.com Kendall County government is going solar. The County Board unanimously approved a number of measures at its meeting Tuesday, March 6, that will locate a series of solar panels – called a solar field – on a 7.4-acre parcel just west of the Public Safety Center in Yorkville. Board members …

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