Via Lansing State Journal

Steven Reed 

BWL's new cogeneration plant goes on line Monday. The Board of Water and Light's Co Generation plant in Lansing's REO Town area Saturday 6/22/2013 .

The Lansing Board of Water & Light trades a chunk of its coal-fired past for the clean burn of a gas-fired future Monday when the utility dedicates a $182 million power plant on Washington Avenue four blocks south of Interstate 496.

With the click of a start button projected onto a giant screen for the public to see, the REO Town Cogeneration Plant begins commercial operation around 9:45 a.m., culminating six years of planning and 26 months of construction — and possibly sparking neighborhood revitalization....

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Byline: BWL unveils its new $182 million REO town plant


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