Two Gas-Fired Plans Totaling 1,900 MW Slated for Ohio


By Editors of Power Engineering

Clean Energy Future are developing two additional gas-fired power plants to go along with two other gas plants the company has already revealed, all in Ohio.

The two planned plants are a 940-MW facility in Lordstown and a 960-MW facility in the town of Oregon, the Columbus Business First reported.

Clean Energy Future indicated the two new facilities will both be located next to facilities already under construction, with the 940-MW first phase of the combined cycle Lordstown plant to begin operations next May and the 960-MW first phase of the Oregon plant under construction for an unspecified commissioning date.

The second phase of the Lordstown plant has a pre-application filed with Ohio regulators, while the pre-application for the second phase of the Oregon plant is expected to be filed this year.

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