Holland opens $240M energy park

Oct 6, 2017 | Blog, News

[Grand Rapids Business Journal]

Honoring a 10-year collaborative among environmental activists, business executives and the public, the Holland Board of Public Works celebrated the grand opening of the new Holland Energy Park.

The energy park, which opened Oct. 2, is a natural gas power plant and the latest component of the city’s 40-year plan to become a world-class leader in energy security, affordability and sustainability.

HBPW looked at eight sites around Holland where it could build the plant before deciding on the 26-acre site at 1 Energy Park Way, near the Windmill Island attraction and the Macatawa Greenway system. The site previously was home to an old furnace factory.

Read the GRBJ article.

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