HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - A report by energy consulting firm HDR recommended that the James DeYoung Power Plant be converted from a coal-fired facility to a 114-megawatt natural gas-powered combined cycle operation. The document concludes that, doing this in a three-year time frame, would give the Holland BPW “the greatest return on its (182 million-dollar) investment, both fiscally and environmentally.” The report was disclosed in a special joint work-study session of the BPW Board and the Holland City Council last night. Public hearings on the report are slated for the evenings of September 4th and 5th at the DoubleTree Hotel.
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