The Ohio Power Siting Board will hold a hearing to allow members of the public to express their views about Clean Energy Future-Oregon LLC’s proposal to build an electric generating facility in Lucas County.
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On 30 acres, the gas turbines at Oregon Clean Energy generate 870 megawatts — nearly as much electricity as FirstEnergy Corp.’s sprawling Davis-Besse nuclear power station in Ottawa County, which produces 900 megawatts.
Oregon Clean Energy Center is about ready to start producing electricity commercially.
A new technique developed in the Cziczo Lab may be the most accurate way of identifying biological aerosols from mineral dust in the atmosphere, constraining their contribution to cloud formation and climate change.
Thanks to a generous gift of $100,000 from William (Bill) Martin, of Boston, Dan Cziczo and his group will be able to deploy state-of-the-art aerosol and cloud instrumentation to the Mount Washington Observatory
Dual generators to provide 1.8M homes electricity
Two new gas-fired power plants are planned for Ohio, marking at least 10 plants that are in some stage of development in the state.
CME Energy's new Oregon Clean Energy combined-cycle plant should be operational by June 1, 2017, in time to supply PJM Interconnection, a regional grid operator, William Martin, president of the Boston-based company, said in an interview.
Rhode Island’s revamped renewable-energy incentive, Rhode Island Renewable Energy Growth Program (RE Growth), recently approved an agreement to more than double the size of the state’s largest solar field
Transmission line extensions to take electricity from a planned power plant to the Toledo Edison grid has been proposed in Oregon.
Siemens has received an order from Black & Veatch for Power Island equipment to be utilized at the newly developed Oregon Clean Energy Center (OCEC) in Oregon, northwest Ohio.
Energy Investors Funds (EIF) and I Squared Capital have formed an equity partnership to construct the 869-MW Oregon Clean Energy Center, a combined-cycle natural-gas fired generation facility to be located in Oregon, Ohio.
The nearly 800-MW Oregon Clean Energy Center, one of three planned natural gas-fired power plants in Ohio designed to at least partially offset the loss of generation from coal plant retirements, is expected to enter construction in October, an executive with the developer said this week.
The former site of the Forbes Street municipal landfill is now the home to a 3.7 MW-DC solar power project. Located in East Providence, Rhode Island, the site is leased from the City of East Providence under a long-term lease agreement.
The solar panels, some 6,400 in row after row, gleam under the September sun, a sea of blue that stretches into the distance.
The solar panel field is expected to produce enough electricity for hundreds of R.I. homes
Rhode Island can now measure its solar projects in acres, as the state’s largest solar installation broke ground Aug. 14.
It’s officially official, the soon-to-be completed solar electric field at the former Forbes Street landfill in the Riverside section of the city was formally christened by a host of public and private officials on what was a sunny, but windswept Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 14, at the site.
The developer of the 800-MW Oregon Clean Energy natural gas-fired plant near Toledo, Ohio, is considering a "hybrid" approach under which some capacity would be committed under bilateral agreements with the remainder sold into the PJM Interconnection's capacity auction next May.
The developers of a high-efficiency, natural gas-fired power plant in Oregon said they eventually could double the size of the facility as demand warrants.
The Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) today authorized Oregon Clean Energy, LLC. to construct a new natural gas-fired combined-cycle electric generating facility in Oregon, Ohio.
Veteran energy industry executive William Martin said Friday he is reviewing offers to purchase the entire output of a 800-MW natural gas-fired plant on which construction could begin later this year at a 30.5-acre site near Oregon, Ohio, a Toledo suburb.
Two power industry veterans are teaming up in Ohio to develop an 800-MW natural gas-fired plant to ostensibly lessen the risk of capacity shortfalls in the region once older coal units representing thousands of megawatts of generation are retired for environmental reasons over the next few years.
FirstEnergy Corp. said Monday it had entered into a definitive agreement to sell its gas-fired power plant, the Fremont Energy Center in Fremont, Ohio, to American Municipal Power, Inc. of Columbus.
FirstEnergy Corp (FE.N) completed the sale of Fremont Energy Center in Fremont, Ohio to American Municipal Power Inc for more than $500 million, the company said in a release Thursday.