$8 M natural gas expansion for Chatham-Kent

April 09, 2018
Written by CTV Windsor
The provincial government has announced more than $8 million in natural gas expansion grants in Chatham-Kent.

The Chatham-Kent Rural Pipeline Expansion project will result in the construction of two transmission pipelines as well as supporting distribution mains and individual customer stations to immediately connect five local agricultural businesses, while establishing infrastructure that can help to meet growing energy demand within the local agri-food cluster.

“Each acre of greenhouses costs more than $1 million to build and this project can supply enough natural gas for hundreds of acres of greenhouses.” says Chatham-Kent Mayor, Randy Hope. | READ MORE

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