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Lancium is dedicated to accelerating the energy transition. With passion and purpose, we create technologies and build infrastructure that enables more clean energy production while also balancing and stabilizing the power grid.
Lancium is dedicated to accelerating the energy transition. We create technologies and build infrastructure that balances and stabilizes the power grid while encouraging more clean energy production.
Lancium, a Houston-based company that expects to invest around $2.4 billion in Abilene over the next five years, has big plans, representatives told Kiwanians at a lunch meeting Thursday.
Those include making the area the company’s “flagship” as it attempts to balance the state’s energy grid and encourage development of renewable power.
Espen Johansen, senior project manager, was among those who spoke to help those gathered at the Beehive to help them understand where the project is, where it’s going now and what it will bring to the Big Country.
The company owns about 1,045 acres on the northwest side of Abilene, south of Old Anson Road and north of Spinks Road, he said. That area is west of U.S. Highway 277 and north of Interstate 20.