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SPower scraps application for 200-MW Seneca wind project in Ohio

Independent renewable energy producer Sustainable Power Group LLC said Jan. 21 that it has decided not to refile an application for the Seneca wind project with the Ohio Power Siting Board, putting the project on hold for an undetermined period until the company outlines its next steps.

Seneca was a proposed 200-MW wind farm consisting of up to 77 turbines on approximately 25,000 acres of privately leased land in Seneca County, which would have provided enough clean energy to power nearly 60,000 homes per year.

"We hope to do more work in Ohio in the future, but at this time, we are making the difficult choice to place our resources in other states where there is a greater potential for success," said Ryan Creamer, CEO of Sustainable Power Group, or sPower.

SPower is owned by a joint venture partnership between AES Corp. and Alberta Investment Management Corp.