SPRINGFIELD, Vt. (AP) A Vermont produce company is working to install solar panels with the goal of cutting its utility bill in half. Black River Produce of Springfield sells fruit, vegetables and seafood, and is expanding its meat processing and shipping. The Eagle Times reports a Windsor-based company has won a $1.3 million bid to handle the project. It’s called Prudent Living. The 3-year-old company has completed multiple solar projects, including one near Black River Produce. Company Vice President Tim Biebel believes the Black River system would be the largest privately owned solar network in Vermont.
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