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$250 million hydrogen plant proposed for Judith Gap, Montana

May 2, 2006View for printing

Judith Gap has a $150 million wind farm; now there’s a proposal for a $250 million to $300 million hydrogen production plant for the town.

Tom Faulkner, ag teacher at the Judith Gap School, and LeRoy Musick, Lewistown, who was a long-time rancher at Salt Creek, are organizers of Montana Hydrogen LLC, the company that proposes to build the hydrogen plant at Judith Gap.

by JIM DULLENTY News-Argus Staff Writer

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