The Illinois State Board of Education approved a request by the Solar Energy Industries Association to have a new solar energy efficiency program begin in Illinois this year.
The Illinois Solar Energy Efficiency Program would cost $1.6 million, and the program will include more than 20 solar-powered, on-site buildings that can be used to increase energy efficiency in buildings and homes.
Solar Energy Institute Director Mike Gulland said the Solar Efficiency Program is a win for Illinois residents, but he is concerned about the cost.
Gulland told News24 that he would like to see a more affordable option that could reduce the amount of energy needed for the average household.
He said the solar energy energy savings would be higher than what would be achieved by building a new building.
Gullan said the program would allow Illinois residents to save money on electricity bills.
Solar energy is becoming more and more affordable and Illinoisans can use it to save energy, Gulling said.
The solar energy industry is booming, and there is a growing demand for renewable energy.
Solar energy has the potential to be the cheapest source of energy available.
The Illinois Energy Information Administration (IEA) has reported that solar energy capacity in Illinois was nearly 2.5 gigawatts, and solar energy in Illinois is projected to increase to 4.7 gigawatts by 2035.
The number of solar panels installed in Illinois has more than doubled in the last two years.