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City plans to buy $793K parcel of land at tech park

By Amanda Brandt, Kearney Hub

Kearney City logoKEARNEY — The city intends to buy 40 more acres at the technology park in northeast Kearney. At its regular meeting [today], the Kearney City Council will consider authorizing the purchase of land at Tech oNE Crossing, which is southeast of 56th Street and Antelope Avenue . . . Software development company Xpanxion will build its Kearney headquarters at the tech park. Solar power company Infigen Energy has signed an option lease agreement to construct a solar power facility on 53 acres at the park. Read more.

Software company to bring more jobs to Kearney area when it becomes first firm to locate at new tech park

World-Herald News Service

Photo: Nebraska TV

Photo: Nebraska TV

Excerpt
KEARNEY, Neb. — A local software company will bring more technology jobs to the area when it becomes the first to locate to Tech oNE Crossing tech park in northeast Kearney. Xpanxion, a global software development company founded by Loup City native Paul Eurek, will be moving both of its Kearney offices to the tech park at 56th Street and Antelope Avenue . . . Though Xpanxion will be the first company at Tech oNE Crossing, it could soon have neighbors. In April, the City Council approved an option agreement between the city and Infigen Energy for a proposed solar power facility on 53 acres at the south end of Tech oNE Crossing. The international renewable energy company is evaluating Kearney as a possible site for a $20 million solar energy production facility.

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ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED READING/VIEWING
Xpanxion Set for Expansion, by Jon Jankowski, Nebraska TV
Xpanxion will become first tenant at Tech oNE Crossing, by Ashley White, Kearney Hub 

Solar power facility eyes Kearney for its $20M operation

By Ashley White, Kearney Hub Staff Writer

“An international renewable energy company will evaluate Kearney as a possible site for a $20 million solar energy production facility.

At its regular meeting Monday, the Kearney City Council voted 4-0 to approve an option agreement for a ground lease between the city and Infigen Energy for a proposed solar power facility on 53 acres south of Tech oNE Crossing Business Park at 56th Street and Antelope Avenue.”

The Development Manager of Infigen Energy, Andrew Rudersdorf, is an Omaha native and Creighton University graduate.

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