A former officer in the Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club is backing the Data Centers project in Newark.
Jim Black is the Founder of the Partnership for Sustainability in Delaware. He has served as Chair of the Executive Committee for the Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club and as a lobbyist for the Clean Air Council.
In a recently released video, he makes the case on why a data center at the former Chrysler site in Newark, Delaware, would be a smart move.
The project has drawn opposition from neighbors and some elements of the environmental communty in Delaware, who have cited everything from noise to the proximity of the project to a park as reasons for opposing the $1.1 billion development that could bring thousands of construction jobs and hundreds of permanent positions.
In the video, Black says the project would be far less noisy and much more environmentally friendly than the Chrysler plant.
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