WCOED Helped Us
Here a just a few stories from people helped by the Wyandot County Office of Economic Development.
Maureen Wise— Human Resource Manager, M-Tek Inc.
“Eric Romich in his position representing Wyandot County and Economic Development has been an invaluable support for me and my company, M-Tek, Inc. Eric used his knowledge of city, county and state resources to gather a select group of key individuals to assess our future projects. This hand chosen group successfully determined our company’s eligibility for programs across the entire spectrum. Without Wyandot County Office of Economic Development’s involvement we would not have been able to reach the same timely and successful conclusions.”
Steve Ihnot—Chief Financial Officer, Juwi Solar Inc.
“WCOED was instrumental in attracting the solar generation facility to Wyandot County, and then integrating the project into the local community once the location was selected. The organization provided endless support through the project’s development and into construction.”
Mike Bishop—Plant Manager, Endres Processing
“The WCOED personnel provided valuable insight into the various government programs to identify potential funding for a plant expansion, rail spur, maintenance shop and office complex. Their network of contacts expedited the process of establishing fact finding meetings to review grant and loan parameters with the various government agencies. This investment will retain jobs and has the potential of increasing employment within the business unit and local area. WCOED is an asset for businesses to help them expand their operations.“
Curt Judy- Manager Development - Energy Renewables, PSEG Solar Source LLC
“The WCOED was key to the successful development and construction of the Wyandot Solar Farm. From the initial project siting to the successful completion of the farm, the expertise of the WCOED has been invaluable to PSEG Solar Source. As the largest solar installation operating in Ohio, Wyandot Solar Farm is a shining example of the WCOED’s commitment to alternative energy and to the community they serve.”