DEARBORN, MI – Gov. John Engler announces here at the Henry Ford Museum, a major economic initiative aimed at establishing Michigan as the undisputed leader in alternative energy technologies. Tabbed NextEnergy, the plan includes a massive 700-acre (283 ha) tax-free zone south of Ann Arbor, located about 30 minutes west of Detroit; partnerships with numerous federal departments – Energy, Defense, Commerce, Transportation and the Environmental Protection Agency; the U.S. Army Tank ...
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