Utica Gas-Fired Electric Plant in Carroll County, OH Starts Operation

Carroll County Energy plant, artists rendering (click for larger version)

In July 2013 MDN told you about Advanced Power Services’ plan to build an $800 million, 700-megawatt Utica Shale gas-fired electric generating plant in Carroll County, OH–a project called Carroll County Energy (see New NatGas Powered Electric Plant Coming to Carroll County, OH). The plant broke ground two years later, in July 2015 (see $800M Utica Gas-Fired Electric Plant Breaks Ground in Carroll Cnty). Now 4.5 years since the initial announcement, Advanced Power has just announced the plant is up and running and providing electricity for the PJM power grid. Actually, the $899 million plant has been up and running since December, but Advanced didn’t publicize it, for whatever reason, until yesterday. Here’s the big announcement…

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