State, Muskegon Turned On By Alternative Energy

Sanchez, Mark
May 2002
Grand Rapids Business Journal;5/6/2002, Vol. 20 Issue 18, p25
Reports on a major state initiative to turn Muskegon Lakeshore SmartZone into the center of fuel cell and alternative energy research and development in Michigan. State's NextEnergy proposal that envisions clustering the emerging alternative-energy industry with the centerpiece being a research center and tax-free business park; Focus on attracting firms involved in the research and development of photovoltaic cells.


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