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Summit Ridge Energy and 1st Source Bank today announced the expansion of their partnership through the bank's commitment to provide debt and tax equity to fund an additional 8 of SRE's Illinois community solar projects.
Nelnet introduces a new business line, Nelnet Renewable Energy, offering community solar developers comprehensive and scalable subscriber acquisition, management and support services.
GOED is pleased to announce that Nelnet, Inc. will open an office in Utah, creating up to 52 high-paying jobs in the next five years.
Allo Communications said Monday that it will offer 60 days of free internet to new customers and institute a number of other policies to help reduce the financial burden on its customers.
The Norfolk City Council has approved a franchise agreement with ALLO Communications, allowing the company to operate and maintain a cable television system in the City of Norfolk.
Allo uses a third-party database to determine which robocallers should be blocked and which should be allowed.
Nelnet has revived its plans to get into the banking business.
The former Verizon Wireless space along Interstate 80 in northwest Lincoln will once again be used as a call center.
Allo Communications will give more than $2 million in free, high-speed internet to 75 local nonprofits for the next 10 years, the provider announced Thursday.
The Lincoln-based company, Nelnet, said Preeta Bansal, who was general counsel and senior policy advisor for the White House Office of Budget and Management from 2009-11, has joined its board.