Crews Work Around the Clock on Carroll County Gas-Fired Elec Plant

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Carroll County Energy power plant – artist rendering

In July 2013 MDN brought you news that Carroll County Energy in Carroll County, OH–a subsidiary of Advanced Power Services–would spend $800 million to build a new 700-megawatt natural gas electric generating plant in the county to be fed by Utica Shale gas (see New NatGas Powered Electric Plant Coming to Carroll County, OH). It took a while, but in July 2015, two years later, officials held the official ground-breaking ceremony for the plant (see $800M Utica Gas-Fired Electric Plant Breaks Ground in Carroll Cnty). What about since then? Today crews are “working around the clock” on the plant. Here’s an update on yet another new natgas-fired electric plant getting built in the Utica/Marcellus…

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