Dynegy Proposes 6,300 MW of Shale Gas-Fired Electric Plants in OH

There is a tug of war brewing in Ohio over who has the best plan to provide an increase in electricity while at the same time complying with Obama’s onerous Clean Power Plan. American Electric Power Company (AEP) and FirstEnergy have floated plans to Ohio that involve a mix of methods to produce electricity. Dynegy, on the other hand, wants to construct 6,300 megawatts of new electric capacity using natural gas-fired plants. AEP and FirstEnergy say Dynegy’s plan is dangerous because it ties the state too closely to one source of electric generation. Are they right?…

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