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BRANDYWINE, MD-Infrastructure investment is often lauded not only for the utilities and transportation needs it fills, but also for the oomph such projects deliver to the local economy. The commercial and residential communities in this part of Maryland will see this business case on full display as Panda Power Funds goes forward with its plan to build an 859-megawatt combined-cycle power plant in an industrial-zoned area here. The natural gas-fueled generating station is expected to supply the power needs of approximately 859,000 homes in the Greater Maryland / Washington D.C. metropolitan area when all is said and done.

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