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Automation supplier creating 100 jobs

July 19, 2018
A manufacturer of custom automation equipment plans to invest $4 million in the region and create 100 high-tech jobs. Read More

Change Ups: Koster, Hemingway receive Visionary Award

February 16, 2018
Dave Koster, general manager of the Holland Board of Public Works, and Tim Hemingway, Holland Board of Public Works board president, received the Lakeshore Advantage Visionary Award for their efforts that resulted in the Holland Energy Park. Read More

Power plant prepares for heavy lifting

Large, bulky equipment is on the move in downtown Holland.

August 7, 2015
After travelling halfway across the world, four oversized modules for a new energy park are making a slow crawl through downtown Holland early this week. Read More

Utility breaks ground on $200M energy park

April 22, 2015
Work has begun to build a major energy park in the region. Read More

Holland approves $145M for energy

The $200M project will replace a coal-burning plant on the waterfront.

January 23, 2015
The Holland Board of Public Works and Holland City Council have approved an engineering, procurement and construction contract with Southfield, Mich.-based Barton Malow for the design and construction of the Holland Energy Park natural gas power plant. Read More

Street Talk: Power plant powered by sustainability

Torch bearers.

May 23, 2014
When it comes to sustainable energy, it’s never too early to start. Read More

Holland BPW decides on new power plant location

Several residences and 17 commercial tenants will be displaced.

July 19, 2013
The Holland Board of Public Works and the Holland City Council decided unanimously last week to purchase an industrial parcel at Fairbanks Avenue and Fifth Street for $1.6 million, for a planned 114-megawatt generating plant fueled by natural gas. Read More

Holland launches renewable energy opt-in program

Move is in response to multiple customer requests.

July 5, 2013
The Holland Board of Public Works launched an opt-in renewable energy program last week that allows all customers the opportunity to have a portion of their electricity provided through renewable energy sources. Read More