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Jo-Carroll Energy today said it plans to build an 80 megawatt, biomass-fueled, renewable energy center on approximately 60 acres on Illinois State Route 84 between Savanna and Thomson.
"As a locally based, member-owned cooperative, Jo-Carroll Energy has a vested interest in the communities we serve," said Jo-Carroll Energy President and CEO Michael Hastings.
Since the KIUC transaction, Midwest Energy, Inc., in Hays, Kan., bought 10,500 customers from incumbent IOU Westar Energy; Vermont Electric Cooperative more than doubled in size by acquiring the adjacent IOU territory in northern Vermont; Rock County Electric Cooperative in Janesville, Wis., and Jo-Carroll Energy in Elizabeth, Ill., teamed to acquire all of the Illinois electric and natural gas customers of Alliant Energy through a competitive bidding process managed by Merrill Lynch & Co.; and Tri-County Electric Cooperative signed an agreement to acquire service territory in Oklahoma and Kansas from Southwestern Public Service (SPS), a subsidiary of Xcel Energy, Inc.
Jo-Carroll Energy and Rock County Electric Cooperative, like most other cooperatives, had approximately six members per line mile.