ORANGE, Texas — Jefferson County commissioners are expected to approve a resolution showing support for a new Entergy power plant in Orange County.
This new plant would replace a facility that generates power from gas-only to one that would be able to power more than 230,000 homes using a combination of gas and hydrogen.
The move would reduce emissions, according to the resolution.
The resolution also says the new station would come with $1.5 billion in net benefits by providing low-cost energy. Fuel costs are projected at $105 lower than existing costs in the first year.
The project would generate more than 7,000 construction jobs, including 27 new full-time jobs.
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