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Years ago only three private the buildings in suburban Chicago Illinois had solar panels but now the village has issued permits for more than one hundred homes and five commercial sites. It's over a three thousand thousand percent increase Martha Julia Schoenberg's landscape and sustainability planner. She says the growth was the result of simple changes with guidance from from Seoul smart a Department of Energy Program Shamburg reviewed local zoning coats and simplified it solar permitting process. It's much more streamlined. Now so it reduced the soft. It costs that are sometimes associated with going. Solar duly also created a resource guide that explains the fees inspections and permits required people. Lacrosse Schaumburg soon began to act on this information and share it with others. I thought this is fantastic. Because now neighbors are gonNA tell neighbors. What their experiences are? And I think that's really what helped to drive the success of solar in the village. Dewey says it's rewarding to see such rapid growth. As you drive down streets and you see these solar arrays on residential homes. I think that the image it portrays as one of progress in one of the village supporting a more sustainable future