Credit: The Chronicle,
10 November 2011 ~~
A proposed wind energy park in the hills above Doty that garnered talk in the community about potential new jobs and tax benefits has been officially put on hold through at least the end of next year.
EverPower, an energy project developer based in New York City, said this morning they were putting the proposed $230 million Coyote Crest Wind Energy Park off until at least 2013, citing the inability to find a buyer for the power the project would produce and an uncertainty regarding the pending expiration of a federal tax benefit for renewable power.
10 November 2011
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