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Why America's Schools Are Turning Into Solar Power Stations

Why America's Schools Are Turning Into Solar Power Stations

Wednesday, Jul 29th | 8:30 pm
Read the original article HERE   On the campus of Galesburg High School in Northwestern Illinois, there is a football field, a track, eight tennis courts, two baseball and two softball diamonds, and an acre of photovoltaic panels capable of generating nearly 1.8 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year. The array will knock at least $40,000 off the school’s energy …

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Illinois ruling is a green light for third-party solar projects

Illinois ruling is a green light for third-party solar projects

Monday, Mar 16th | 8:50 pm
Read the original article HERE   A February ruling by the Illinois Commerce Commission has smoothed the way for many schools, municipal buildings and nonprofits to obtain solar installations through third-party-owned financing arrangements, a possibility that had been thrown into doubt by utility opposition. Third-party-owned solar installations — in which the building or site owner purchases electricity through a power …

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Lincoln College touts energy savings, education from solar project

Lincoln College touts energy savings, education from solar project

Sunday, Feb 2nd | 10:00 pm
Read the Original Article Here   Annual energy savings of about $100,000 are only part of the attraction for the solar power project at Lincoln College in President David Gerlach’s view. “I want this to be an educational piece for the Lincoln College mission,” Gerlach said. He said the college is also looking into adding pollinator-friendly plants that would not …

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Lincoln College Solar Energy Project Receives State Approval

Lincoln College Solar Energy Project Receives State Approval

Friday, Apr 12th | 9:00 pm
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Dr. John Asplund Award

Dr. John Asplund Award

Sunday, Feb 28th | 9:45 pm
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