Well this was an interesting week. There was probably the shortest career in the history of Clean Line Energy, a potential mass exodus from a bank and RICL finally completes an 8 page project with the Illinois Department of Ag.
It's an 8 page c&p document that is non binding unless directly listed in a Right of Way Agreement and RICL's guy is parading like it's a blessing of approval. It was a tad overkill with the pr work.
What is going to happen this week? I'm guessing headlines will read "Hans jumps the shark". If you're going for over the top, spike the football, go ahead, go all out, and jump the shark,
Seriously, google the name of any Illinois utility company and "aima". Good luck finding another company so proud as RICL to have completed a mandatory project.
Suggestion for "clean" line energy. Watch how other REAL energy companies conduct themselves. You might want to copy what works....never mind. What you all are doing now works for me. The bragging about obtaining an AIMA was a bit foolish. Go ahead. Jump the shark!
* Jumping the shark - a term to describe a moment when something that was once
a part of pop culture has reached a point where it will now decline in quality and