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Clean Energy Future seeks approval in Ohio for 955-MW gas-fired plant

Clean Energy Future on March 27 filed a pre-application letter with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and Ohio Power Siting Board to develop a proposed natural gas-fired, combined-cycle 955-MW power plant.

Located in Lucas County, Ohio, the Oregon Energy Center will use "two gas-fired, high-efficiency combustion gas turbines with two heat recovery steam generators and a single steam turbine" and will be connected to "adjacent 138-kV and 345-kV transmission lines," according to the application.

Pending approval, the construction is scheduled to begin in early 2018, and the plant is expected to begin commercial operations by mid-2020.