It’s time for Bill Siderewicz, president of Clean Energy Future, to stand up and take a bow. In June 2016, Siderewicz’s Lordstown Energy Center broke ground (see Lordstown Energy Center Breaks Ground on $890M Electric Plant). The 940-megawatt, Utica gas-fired power plant has officially flipped the switch and is now generating enough electricity for 850,000 homes. Lordstown Energy is one of 10 such large gas-fired power plant projects announced or built in Ohio (see today’s companion story). It is the largest gas-fired plant, so far, to go online in the Buckeye State. In addition to going online, Lordstown Energy announced the appointment of a former nuclear sub guy to become the plant manager.