AURORA (WBBM) — Far west suburban Aurora’s latest green initiatives should be spinning by the end of the month.

Aurora has paired two new traffic signals with wind turbines.

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City Traffic Engineer Eric Galt says the 38-foot towers are about the same height as nearby street lights and fit right in at the intersections of Frontenac Road and McCoy Drive and Fifth Street and Waterford Drive.

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He says each is expected to produce enough energy to power at least 10 signals.

The $117,400 project was funded with part of a federal energy efficiency and conservation grant.

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Aurora hopes to put its next wind turbines up at its new police station