Potawatomi $20 Million Feedstock-to-Energy Conversion Plant Becomes Reality

Indian Country Today

Meeting the dual goal of environmental stewardship and sustainability, the Forest County Potawatomi Community has opened its newly constructed $20 million Renewable Energy Facility, which will convert area food waste into enough electricity to power 1,500 homes.

It was the fruition of a project first proposed two years ago, and ground was broken in July 2012...

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ICT Staff. "Potawatomi $20 Million Feedstock-to-Energy Conversion Plant Becomes Reality." Indian Country Today. October 29, 2013. Article. (https://ictnews.org/archive/potawatomi-20-million-feedstock-to-energy-conversion-plant-becomes-reality, accessed June 3, 2024)

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