Ohio Wind Capacity

Wind Farms

 

Name County MW Ref.
 

Operational, 504 MW

Blue Creek Paulding,

Van Wert

304 (1)
Timber Rd. I Paulding 38 (1)
Timber Rd. II Paulding 99 (1)
Timber Rd. III Paulding 63 (1)
 

Under Construction, 466 MW

Hardin Hardin 300 (1)
Hog Creek Hardin 66 (1)
Northwest Ohio Paulding 100 (1)
 

Approved, 766 MW

Black Fork Crawford,

Richland

200 (1)
Buckeye I Champaign 135 (1)
Buckeye II Champaign 140 (1)
Greenwich Huron 60 (1)
Scioto Ridge Hardin 231 (1)
 

Planned, 670-680 MW

Exelon Seneca 200 (2)
Ice Breaker Cuyahoga 20-30 (3)
Long Prairie Van Wert 450 (4)

 

AEP and DPl have also announced plans for up to 800 MW of wind (5-7).  Small wind installations add 43 MW (8)

 

References:

(1) D. Gearino, ‘Different spins’, Columbus Dispatch, Sept. 24, 2017

(2) “Exelon to build its first commercial wind farm in Ohio”, Platts, 21 June 2016

(3) LEEDCo Vision and Timing http://www.leedco.org/icebreaker/vision-timeline, accessed 2 October 2017

(4) “Commissioners meet with wind farm representatives”, Times Bulletin, 3 Feb 2016

(5)”AEP renewable-power proposal ambitious, costly”, Columbus Dispatch, 16 Dec. 2015

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2015/12/16/fresh-power-up.html

(6) “AEP wants to hear from wind developers interested in big Ohio projects”, Columbus Business Journal, May 13, 2016

(7) “DP&L agrees to invest in clean energy; signaling agreement to retire Stuart and Killen coal plants”, Sierra Club Press Release, 30 January 2017

(8) “Small wind turbines in Ohio are the next big thing, says Department of Energy” http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2017/08/small_wind_turbines_in_ohio_ar_1.html, August 11, 2017

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