(Cleveland) - The much-ballyhooed plan to build a wind farm in Lake Erie about six miles north of the Cleveland shoreline is in danger of shutting down due to a lack of money.
The project, known as Icebreaker Wind, doesn't have all the money it needs to build those six wind turbines. Those involved say if the money isn't raised, the project will lose a $%0 million federal grant.
Cleveland.com is reporting backers of the plan are hoping to get state funding, but it needs more supporters in Columbus to become a reality.
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