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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Is Wind Back for Hartsville?

Everpower Is Interested

HARTSVILLE, NY - EverPower Wind, which has a wind project in Howard, is looking to possibly come to Hartsville. Hartsville officials tell WLEA/WCKR News that the Hartsville Town Board has been contacted by representatives of Everpower.
 
The wind company wants to put up what’s called a “Met” tower, to test the wind in Hartsville.
 
Hartsville officials say they have to review the town’s wind law, and should have an answer for Everpower by next month.
 
"EverPower has had a great deal of success in Steuben County with the Howard Wind Project and we have received a lot of calls and emails asking us to develop projects in other surrounding areas," said Kevin Sheen Senior Director of Development. "After making preliminary inquiries into the Hartsville area we have decided to study the area in greater detail. The first step in the process would be a Met Tower to study the wind. We are encouraged by the overwhelmingly positive comments we have received from the community and are looking forward to beginning the process."
 
Sheen also notes that if the application for the tower is approved by the Hartsville Town Board, Everpower will proceed with the installation in late October.
 

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