March 1 — E.ON invested millions laying the groundwork for the project but canceled its plans in December 2016. “We just couldn’t take the risk in Oklahoma,” Logsdon said. Instead, the company used the money to invest in a $400 million wind farm that just started operating in south Texas.
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