The Ohio Power Siting Board says it may reconsider a ruling that developers say would effectively kill the state’s first offshore wind project
A bipartisan coalition of 32 state lawmakers from Northeast Ohio has interceded on behalf of the Lake Erie Energy Development Company’s 20.7-megawatt demonstration offshore wind project, now before state regulators.
Board Chair Samuel Randazzo, who unexpectedly demanded further review of the projects, says his concerns are now resolved.
Less than a year into his position as head of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, Samuel Randazzo has already made his mark.
The agreement includes installing state-of-the-art collision detection equipment, including cameras, to document wildlife impacts.