New $1.1B Utica-Powered Electric Plant Coming to Columbiana County

electricityAdvanced Power Services announced yesterday they will build a second mega-electric generating plant that taps into and uses Ohio’s Utica Shale. This new plant will generate a whopping 1,100 megawatts of electricity and be located in Columbiana County, OH. Advanced just broke ground in July on a 700-megawatt plant in Carroll County (see $800M Utica Gas-Fired Electric Plant Breaks Ground in Carroll Cnty). This new/second project by Advanced, which is being built by subsidiary company South Field Energy, will be the seventh such project to be announced for Ohio (see List of 6 New Natural Gas-Fired Electric Plants Coming to Ohio). The new 1,100-megawatt plant will cost $1.1 billion to build, employing 550 people for up to three years to build it. Here’s the details of the project…

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