Holland hopes energy reduction pays off

January 2016
Grand Rapids Business Journal;1/4/2016, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p19
This article offers news on happenings in West Michigan as of January 2016. Holland is competing along with other U.S. cities for the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a contest that challenges communities to rethink their energy use. The Michigan Strategic Fund board has approved continued funding for the Technology Transfer Talent Network and the Michigan Corporate Relations Network. Prominent Christian leader Ed Dobson died at the age of 65 after a 15-year battle with Lou Gehrig's disease.


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