Having an Apex project nearby would allow the emergency responders who work the project to be available to assist with nearby emergencies.
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“When all the phases are up and running,” commissioners expect the project to bring in about $4.5 million annually to the community.
“I think it would be like watching the view from the end of the runway at Cleveland Hopkins Airport.”
It is vitally important to families in Huron County to support the Emerson Creek Wind project.
Climate change a byproduct of our energy production choices.
It stands to deliver an immense economic opportunity for the region over a 30-year period.