- Up to 350 people hired for construction;
- 20 full-time permanent jobs;
- $70 million in property taxes over 30 years;
- $65 million in land rental payments to landowners over the same period;
- As much electricity as 120,000 Colorado households consume.
It isn't mentioned in the press release from FPL Energy, the project developer, but I'll add my rough guesstimate of water savings: 30 billion gallons (~94,000 acre-feet) of water annually. Not too shabby.