Ohio Power Siting Board

Ohio solar project killed due to local government opposition

BY: - October 25, 2022

A solar power project in Allen and Auglaize counties has been killed by state officials due to opposition from local governments, even though the application for the project was filed before a new Ohio law was put in place giving county governments the ability to nix such projects. In an opinion and order issued last […]

Local control, or killing renewables? Bill sparks debate

BY: - March 25, 2021

A bill that would allow neighbors to block wind turbines and solar arrays in the rural corners of Ohio is sparking an intense debate over land owners’ rights and local control. Two bills are making their way through the legislature that would allow small groups of citizens to block solar and wind farms after they’re […]

Ohio Supreme Court to continue considering Duke Energy pipeline case

BY: - August 7, 2020

The Ohio Supreme Court will again consider arguments in an appeal related to a natural gas pipeline Duke Energy, Ohio, Inc., wants to bring to Hamilton County. The state‚Äôs highest court asked that parties in the case file arguments within 20 days so that the court can proceed with consideration of the case. The case […]