Clean Line Energy Representative To Address Development Planners This Month At NCC

Date posted - January 8, 2013

Rock Island Clean Line windSheldon, Iowa — One of the men responsible for bringing the wind energy power line concept to northwest Iowa will be in Sheldon this month.

Cary Kottler with Clean Line Energy, will be the featured speaker at the Northwest Iowa Development partners meeting on Wednesday, January 23.

As General Counsel, Kottler is responsible for all legal, contractual, regulatory and compliance matters for Clean Line. In addition Kottler works on Clean Line’s commercial arrangements and advises on business development opportunities and corporate strategy.

Kottler will discuss the $1.7 billion Rock Island Clean Line project, a high-voltage, direct-current line designed to transfer up to 3,500 megawatts of wind power and other generation from northwest Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota to communities in Illinois and other eastern states by 2017.

Northwest Iowa Development is a regional, six-county partnership focused on promoting Northwest Iowa and growing the regional economy.

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3 Responses to “Clean Line Energy Representative To Address Development Planners This Month At NCC”

  1. Block Ricl says:

    More information and the other side of the sales pitch at http://www.BlockRICL.com.

  2. Nancy Schmalenberger says:

    When a Clean Line Energy representative was asked how she felt about infringing on the rights of land owners for their project, she stated, “We are a commodity, like corn or beans or cattle.” My reply was that I am not infringing on her rights to provide food for her. There was no reply. Aerial spraying, drainage tile, land values, esthetics, etc. will be negatively affected by this project so that people at least one state away can have more electricity. What has happened to the rights of the individual?

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