Abington Journal

Invenergy representatives visit Rotary Club of the Abingtons meeting

Representatives of Invenergy presented an update on the 57-acre energy plant being built in Jessup during a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of the Abingtons. Site Manager Dan Marks gave a slideshow presentation explaining various features of the $1.5 billion project that will have the capacity of powering 975,000 homes. He, along with Plant Manager Jason Carey, who will oversee a staff of 30 employees when it is completed this spring, answered questions from the Rotarians. From left, are Ryan Campbell, incoming present; member John Hambrose, Carey and Marks.

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