The Perfect Location

Transportation

Randolph County is:

  • Crossed by multiple state and U.S. highways
  • Less than a 30 minute drive from Interstate 70 in Richmond, IN
  • Less than a 60 minute drive from Interstate 69 in Muncie, IN
  • Within a half-day’s drive to over 20 metropolitan markets
  • Within a one-day truck drive of 75% of the US and Canadian population
  • Bisected by the CSX main line that runs from St. Louis to the east coast.  The rail travels through Parker City, Farmland, Winchester, Harrisville, and Union City in Randolph County
  • Crossed by two natural gas transmission lines - ANR & Panhandle Eastern (Map It)

Indiana is:

  • Intersected by more U.S. highways than any other state in the nation
  • Home to three state-of-the-art international ports, each a Foreign Trade Zone
  • Home to the world’s second-largest FedEx hub
  • Crossed by 4,165 miles of active railway tracks
  • Ranked 1st in number of interstates
  • Ranked 5th in total freight volume nationwide
Source: http://www.in.gov/iedc

 

Energy

Randolph County is:

  • At the juncture between two Regional Transmission Organizations—PJM and Midwest ISO—perfect for nationwide distribution of power from wind farms and other alternative energy sources
  • Home to two 1MW wind turbines, with several large-scale wind projects in the development stages

Indiana is:

  • Home to over 1,000 MW of wind power generation
  • Is the fastest-growing state for wind energy installations
Source: American Wind Energy Association, Wind Power Outlook 2009

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