The Ohio Power Siting Board gave Harrison Power LLC permission to construct a 1,050-megawatt natural gas-fired, combined-cycle electric generation power plant in Cadiz, Ohio, according to the Farm and Dairy.

The power plant will sit in a 90-acre parcel within Cadiz Industrial Park and will interconnect to the regional electric transmission grid through a 138-Kilovolt transmission line to AEP Ohio Transmission Company’s nearby Nottingham Substation.

The company is hopeful to begin construction on the project in October but must secure an investor first.

Learn more: Farm and Dairy > New power plant approved in Harrison County

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