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Benefits from Proposed Energy Projects
Upfront Investment (total of all projects)
Total Economic Output (in PDV)          $9,300,000,000
Employment Earnings (in PDV)            $3,100,000,000
Average Annual Jobs                               24,900

First Year of Operations (total of all projects)
Total Economic Output (in PDV)          $1,800,000,000
Employment Earnings (in PDV)            $400,000,000
Average Jobs Created in Year 1           8,700

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Mountain States Intertie Transmission Line (Idaho, Montana)

STATUS:  In progress with opposition TYPE: Transmission OPPOSITION:  Local residents PROSPECTS:  Indeterminate BACKGROUND:  NorthWestern Energy has proposed to build the Mountain States Intertie Project (MSTI), a 430-mile, 500-kilovolt overhead transmission line carrying renewable energy from wind energy projects in Montana … Continue reading

Valley County Wind Farm, MT

STATUS: Killed TYPE: Wind OPPOSITION: Citizens of Glasgow, Montana Wilderness Association, Montana Audubon and Wilderness Society PROSPECTS: Not likely BACKGROUND:  GreenHunter Energy’s plans for the proposed Valley County Wind Farm, 500-megawatt wind farm north of Glasgow, were shelved after running … Continue reading

Malmstrom Air Force Base Coal-to-Liquids plant, Montana

STATUS: Canceled TYPE: Coal OPPOSITION:  Sierra Club; Montana Environmental Information Center PROSPECTS: Unlikely BACKGROUND: On October 2007, the Air Force announced plans to build a coal-to-liquids plant at the Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls, Montana. The project was … Continue reading

Bull Mountain Power Project, Montana

STATUS: Canceled TYPE: Coal OPPOSITION: Sierra Club, The Montana Environmental Information Center (MEIC) PROSPECTS: Unlikely BACKGROUND:  The Bull Mountain Power Project was announced in 2001 and was to have included a coal mine and adjacent twin 390-megawatt power plants, costing more … Continue reading