State board approves plans for second Oregon (OH) natural gas power plant
The Ohio Power Siting Board has helped clear the way for construction of a 955-megawatt natural gas plant east of Toledo. The board's decision to issue a permit for the project reflects and accelerates the state's dramatic shift over the past decade to an electricity portfolio less dependent on coal and increasingly dependent on natural gas. Ohio now has 10 natural gas plants that are in the planning, construction or early operation phase, according to this article.
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