Batavia to sell part of Prairie State power
BATAVIA – The city of Batavia is seeking to sell a portion of the power the city receives as part of the Prairie State Energy Campus because it doesn’t need as much power as expected as a result of the economic slowdown.
The Northern Illinois Municipal Power Agency on Thursday announced the sale. Batavia and Geneva belong to NIMPA, which is an energy consortium that is part-owner of the downstate Prairie State project.
In 2007, when Batavia approved buying power from the plant, it was projected that Batavia’s electrical system would experience significant growth.
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