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Proposed Plant Would Convert Methane to Electricity

Hoosier Energy, a coop in Indiana, plans to build a plant in the western region of the state that would turn methane extracted from the region's coal bed into electricity. The project would generate 13 MW of power – enough to power roughly 7,000 homes. H
April 19, 2011

Hoosier Energy, a coop in Indiana, plans to build a plant in the western region of the state that would turn methane extracted from the region's coal bed into electricity. The project would generate 13 MW of power – enough to power roughly 7,000 homes. Hoosier spokesman Rick More said the plant's cost is still being calculated. The plant is expected to go online in July 2012 and employ more than 100 workers. See the full story here.

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