Articles from Ohio

Conneaut mulls legal action in turbine case

At issue is the 400-kilowatt turbine adjacent to the city’s sewage treatment plant severely damaged by a lightning strike in February 2017. The blast shattered one of the turbine’s blades and heavily damaged its generator, officials said last year.
29 Apr 2018

What’s happening with the long-proposed wind farm in Champaign County?

Attorneys representing the Buckeye Wind and Champaign Wind LLC projects are seeking approval from the Ohio Power Siting Board to extend the certificates for the project from May 28, 2018 to May 28, 2019, according to documents filed with the agency. If the certificates are not extended, it’s possible the developer would have to restart the lengthy application process for the project.
19 Apr 2018

Deal Reached for Turbine-Damaged Roads

Underwood said that because of the time it took to reach this agreement, the repairs would not be made until the Spring of 2018, making the roads un-plowable. Washington Township and the Engineers Office will be closing Washington Township 85, and portions of 22, and 115 within the next few weeks. 
23 Dec 2017

Tougher setback rules for wind turbines generate controversy

GREEN SPRINGS, Ohio — Ohio’s highly contentious debate over setback requirements for massive wind turbines is being played out in rural Seneca and Sandusky counties, where a company ready to invest $92 million vows to walk away unless the Ohio General Assembly comes up with rules much softer than those Gov. John Kasich signed into law in 2014.
3 Dec 2017

Seneca residents get info on Republic Wind project

Chris Zeman of rural Republic said he’s forming a group opposing the wind project called Seneca Anti-Wind Union. He invited people to visit a new Facebook page. “We’re trying to inform people about the importance of the setbacks and destruction of the viewshed,” he said.
30 Nov 2017

Wind farm to stretch over 5 townships

Repub­lic Wind, LLC, intends to file an appli­ca­tion to con­struct the Repub­lic Wind Farm, which would spread across nearly 15,000 acres of leased land. That prop­erty is in the town­ships of Adams, Reed, Sci­pio and Thomp­son in Seneca County and York Town­ship in San­dusky County, accord­ing to a pre-application filed with the Ohio Power Sit­ing Board.
30 Nov 2017

Amazon plans to expand to 15 Central Ohio data centers

The Consumers' Counsel isn't buying the feint: “Nonetheless, it can be expected that AEP will seek to collect from other customers, through charges on customers’ electric bills, the revenues AEP would forgo as a result of the discounts proposed in the application,” the agency filing says. The unknown billing borne by other customers is "not limited or capped,” 
11 Nov 2017

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