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Wind energy company drops lawsuit  

Credit:  By Matthew Rezab | Times-Citizen | Mar 28, 2022 | www.timescitizen.com ~~

A wind energy company that filed a lawsuit against the Hardin County Board of Supervisors has voluntarily dismissed the action, a move that was first reported by the Eldora Herald-Ledger.

RWE Renewables (RWE) began developing the Hardin County project in 2016 and said he had invested more than $2 million into what would have been a 200-megawatt, 84-turbine wind farm. The proposed farm would have spanned from Highway 65 on the east, to Highway 175 on the north. RWE has signed easement agreements with more than 125 landowners.

Source:  By Matthew Rezab | Times-Citizen | Mar 28, 2022 | www.timescitizen.com

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