Constellation Energy Group plans power plant in North Carolina

Sep 08, 2001 02:00 AM

A Maryland company is planning to build a $ 100 mm power plant in western Davidson County. Constellation Energy Group plans to begin construction on the plant in 2003, with sale of power beginning in 2004, company project manager Rick Wolfinger said.
Larry Potts, chairman of the Davidson County Board of Commissioners, said the plant won't create many jobs, but it will bring $ 530,000 a year in tax revenue. The company chose the building site west of North Carolina because it intersects with Duke Power's transmission lines and offers access to the municipal water system, Potts said.

The company sent letters to about 150 adjoining property owners announcing its plans, he said, adding that he doesn't expect many complaints. The facility still requires approval for state operating certificates and the land will have to be rezoned.

Source: The News and Observer
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