Sunday, April 17, 2011

Proposed Washington State solar plant wilting under money difficulties

A $300 million solar photovoltaic plant, the Teanaway Solar Reserve, slated to be built in Central Washington is running into money troubles and may not happen. 

They have been supported by generous tax incentives from government and some guaranteed business when completed, but that doesn’t seem enough now to put them over the top. 

An attempt to get an even better deal from governments was skuppered after environmentalists objected to changing the law merely to benefit one company.

        See Future of proposed solar-power plant looks dim - Seattle Times

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