Ohio’s New Combined-Cycle Power Plants


OMA general counsel Bricker Graydon has published this graphic, which shows the locations of Ohio’s newest combined-cycle natural gas energy centers — capable of supplying more than 6,600 megawatts of power. Meanwhile, more projects are in the pipeline. This progress underscores that competitive markets are working to attract new energy investment while replacing shuttered generation. The OMA continues to advocate for policies and regulations that preserve and enhance these markets. 10/12/2023