If you missed the West Coast Chamber’s Early Bird Breakfast this morning, or if you just want another look, check out Dave Koster’s Prezi presentation. You can also download a PDF version of the leave-behind brochure, “Ready for OUR Energy Future.”
Site At East End Of Holland Well Suited To Project Needs Holland, MI—The Holland Board of Public Works today announced that Holland City Council has approved a buy/sell agreement for a parcel of land that will be the cornerstone of the community’s new power generating… Read More»
From the Holland Sentinel | Read Full Article Holland — The Holland Board of Public Works was awarded Monday the Diamond recognition from the American Public Power Association. The award recognizes companies that provide the highest degree of reliable and safe electric service to its… Read More»
From the Holland Sentinel Holland — The city of Holland and its Board of Public Works will move forward with the 114-megawatt combined cycle natural gas power plant. The city council voted 8-1 Wednesday to approve a resolution of support for the BPW staff recommendation… Read More»
If you missed last night’s joint study session capstone event, or if you just want to review the presentation again, you can download it using the link below.
Will review with Community Stakeholder Panel October 29 before formal submission to Board and City Council in November. Holland,MI—The recommendations for future power generation released today by the Holland Board of Public Works would lead to dramatic reductions in greenhouse gases and particulate emissions, while… Read More»
On Monday, October 29, 2012 from 6:00-9:00pm, the City of Holland City Council and the Holland Board of Public Works will host a Joint Study Session at the DoubleTree Hotel in Holland, MI. The event will serve as the “Capstone” Event for the Sustainable Return… Read More»
Over the past several years we have considered a number of ways to meet our community’s need for more base load power. It’s a complex question. We hired HDR, a global independent consulting firm, to help us conduct an exhaustive sustainable return on investment study… Read More»
Business Services Director Dan Nally from the Holland BPW and City Manager Ryan Cotton discuss community energy with Nancy De Boer on Holland City Connections.
The Questions & Answers Session video from last Monday night is now available here and on the Holland BPW’s Vimeo page.
Edit: The transcription is now available for download: Transcription-HBPWQ&A.pdf
Last night, the HBPW held its Question & Answers Session to explain findings from HDR’s Sustainable Return on Investment (SROI). Part of that session included a short PowerPoint presentation Dave used to cover a lot of the common questions. You can download a PDF of that presentation using the link below:
Black & Veatch Study
Last night’s Q&A session referenced a Black & Veatch study on power supply alternatives that the Holland BPW released in the Spring of 2010. Please find a copy of that study here.
While our focus on this blog has been the search for responsible base-load power options, the HBPW’s overall mission is one that prioritizes conservation and respect for our environment. Just yesterday, the Holland BPW was recognized for an innovative recycling program called Recycle Rewards. We… Read More»
Reminder: The HBPW will be hosting the Questions & Answers Session for the SROI Results Monday, September 24 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at the Doubletree Hotel on 650 E. 24th Street. Participation in the event is open to the public. All questions must be submitted in writing at the event or ahead of time.
Part 3 of 3: Dan Nally sits down with Annette Manwell of the Holland Sentinel to discuss Holland’s energy future, renewable resources, and energy conservation.
Part 2 of 3: Dan Nally sits down with Annette Manwell of the Holland Sentinel to discuss Holland’s energy future and financial impact.
Dan Nally sits down with Annette Manwell of the Holland Sentinel to discuss Holland’s energy future and electrical generation.
We will be will hosting a Questions & Answers Session to offer community members a chance to get more information and ask questions about the P21 decision-making process. The meeting will take place at the DoubleTree Hotel in Holland on Monday, September 24. We’ve tentatively set the… Read More»
We’ve noticed a few recent letters to the editor published in the Holland Sentinel that deserve a truthful response. You can read them from the links provided here: One was titled “BPW is moving too fast on power plant decision,” and another called “Our energy… Read More»