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Icebreaker wind project proposed for Lake Erie needs to find more financing soon  

Credit:  By Peter Krouse | Oct. 19, 2021 | www.cleveland.com ~~

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Proponents of the Icebreaker wind project proposed for Lake Erie are working diligently to find the rest of the money necessary to bring the project to fruition.

Advocates have been talking with state legislators and others in Columbus to see if they can help with the long-delayed project, which calls for construction of six wind turbines in the lake eight to 10 miles off Cleveland.

Source:  By Peter Krouse | Oct. 19, 2021 | www.cleveland.com

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