Credit: By Tom Jackson,
30 August 2010 ~~
NASA officials are blowing into town for a public hearing on the space agency’s plans for a wind farm at NASA Plum Brook Station.
The Sept. 14 meeting at Sandusky High School is a necessary step for NASA to complete an environmental impact statement on the proposed wind farm. It’s part of the federal government’s effort to “go green” and obtain alternative energy at its facilities.
The current schedule calls for the wind farm to go operational in summer 2013, said John Selby, a NASA architect and project manager for the proposed wind farm.
Want to Go?
WHAT: Public hearing on NASA Wind Farm
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 14
WHERE: Sandusky High, 2130 Hayes Ave.
By Tom Jackson,
30 August 2010
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