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July 15, 1983 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-15

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A key ingredient of

For the past 20 years, Detroit Edis6n has been involved in a massive program of
modernization. Replacing old power plants dependent on diminishing,gas and
oil with new plants fueled by abundant, cost-efficient American-produced coal
and uranium.

Today, this program is near completion. And that's good news. Good for businesses
contemplating expansion. Good for attracting new businesses. Good for our state
economy. Good for you.

Here's why.

❑ Abundant energy is prime consideration for busin..esses interested in expanding
or relocating to Southeastern Michigan. That means more jobs. More utilization of
an already skilled and proven labor force.

❑ As more new businesses discover Michigan's plentiful advantages, such as our vast
waterways, ideally located industrial parks, state-funded economic incentive programs,
and, of course, lots of electricity, they will make our area's ecdhomy more vibrant.
More stable. Plant modernization has helped to set the stage for economic recovery.
And, even now, promising results are beginning to show.

❑ Naturally, the benefits of more new businesses and a strengthened state economy
mean ydu enjoy a better standard.of living. Plant modernization also means you
enjoy a healthier standard of living through use of advanced technology to protect
the environment.
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Completion of our 20-year plant modernization program means the beginning of a
new era for Southeastern Michigan. An era brimming withproinise, opportunity
and assurances of ample energy. Energy today, plus energy that will take all of
us into the 21st century:




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