BEACON FALLS — An informational presentation on a proposed fuel cell plant in Beacon Falls has been postponed.
CT Energy & Technology has proposed building a 66.3-megawatt fuel cell energy park, dubbed the Beacon Falls Energy Park, on a 23.8-acre site off Lopus Road owned by O&G Industries.
Representatives of CT Energy & Technology and O&G Industries were scheduled to go before the Land Use Commission June 24 to present the project in greater detail and answer questions from the public.
However, the date conflicted with Woodland Regional High School’s graduation ceremony. The presentation has been rescheduled to July 7 at 7 p.m. The meeting is planned to be held at Woodland, 135 Back Rimmon Road.
The project, if approved by local land use boards and the Connecticut Siting Council, is expected to begin construction in 2016 and will be completed in three phases. Officials from O&G have said they expect the project will take three years to complete.