Cook County/Hanover Township EECBG Project Profile

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Cook County’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant
(EECBG) Program, administered through the Department of
Environmental Control in partnership with the Bureau of Economic
Development, has provided funding to over 70 Sub-Recipients to
complete a variety of projects aimed at reducing energy use,
operating cost and greenhouse gas emissions. The EECBG funds
provide County-wide economic, environmental and social benefits.

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Cook County/Hanover Township EECBG Project Profile

  1. 1. Cook County EECBG Project Profile COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL Hanover TownshipEECBG Program OverviewCook County’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) ProfileProgram, administered through the Department of EnvironmentalControl in partnership with the Bureau of Economic Development, hasprovided funding to over 70 Sub-Recipients to complete a variety ofprojects aimed at reducing energy use, operating cost and greenhousegas emissions. The EECBG funds provide County-wide economic, envi-ronmental and social benefits.Project Details Hanover Township utilized the Today the population of Hanover Township is EECBG grant to purchase and over 90,000. In 1900 a town hall was built on install emergency backup gen- the southeast corner of North Bartlett Road erator at the Township’s Senior and Route 19. Rural days in Hanover Township Center in Bartlett, IL. ended with the westward spread of the Chica- go metropolitan area. It was the rich land that The benefit of this project is it beckoned farmers to this vicinity. That land has will provide heating or coolingHanover Township Center now been taken over by subdivisions, shop- for seniors and disabled town- ping centers, and industrial developments. ship residents in the event of in- terruption in public utilities.The diesel generator installed. Funded by Cook County Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy Contact (312)-603-8200

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