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Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay goes solar

3:09 PM, Jun. 15, 2013
Boys & Girls club goes solar
Boys & Girls club goes solar: Friday, June 14: The East Side Boys & Girls Club, 1451 University Ave., had 80 solar panels installed that will save the building $350-$400 a year in energy.
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On a cloudless sunny day Friday, the Boys & Girls Club on Green Bay's east side got greener with the installation of 80 solar panels.

The panels will save the 1451 University Ave. building $350-400 a year in energy costs.

"Obviously we're going to save some money on our energy bill and that money that we save we're just going to dump back into the club," said Kevin Konkol, the senior director for the Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay. "And it's nice for the kids to understand about alternative energies and know that we're doing it here at the Boys & Girls Club." ...

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