Credit: By Christopher Brewer,
15 March 2011 ~~
The proposed Coyote Crest Wind Energy Park project near Doty has passed all county-level permit processes and stands ready for construction, officials with EverPower announced last week.
EverPower and Pe Ell North, LLC, plan to build 47 wind turbines on just over 3,600 acres in Lewis and Pacific counties for the purpose of generating 120 megawatts of power. Forty-four of the turbines would be built in Lewis County on leased land owned by Weyerhaeuser, with the other three on Department of Natural Resources-owned land in Pacific County.
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By Christopher Brewer,
15 March 2011
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