Annapolis set to revive energy park

Annapolis set to revive energy park

Annapolis will solicit proposals for a renewable energy park, reviving an unrealized plan from a half-decade ago. The Annapolis Renewable Energy Park was first considered in 2009 under then-Mayor Ellen Moyer. The park would have produced solar, biomass and methane energy on the 500-acre site of a former city landfill. Disputes arose over selecting a developer, effectively scuttling the project. Earlier this year Mayor Mike Pantelides hired Ted Siomporas, a procurement expert and family friend, to help revive the energy park. On Thursday, Siomporas and David Jarrell, director of the city's Department of Public Works, informed the City Council the city will send out a request for...