Lordstown $800M Gas-Powered Electric Plant Gets OH State Approval

stamp of approvalIn April 2014, MDN told you about a proposal from Clean Energy Future to build an $800 million electric generation plant in Lordstown (Trumbull County), OH. The plant will be fired by natural gas from the Utica and Marcellus (see Clean Energy Plans NatGas Electric Generation Plant in Lordstown). In May, Lordstown Village Council gave their blessing for the project (see Lordstown $800M Gas-Powered Electric Plant Gets Village Approval). Last week, the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) gave its stamp of approval on the project and, as far as we can tell, nothing else remains before the backhoes begin to work. Clean Energy Future plans to begin work this year and have the new electric plant operational by May 2018…

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