The agreement includes installing state-of-the-art collision detection equipment, including cameras, to document wildlife impacts.
A second version of legislation in Ohio designed to subsidize the operation of two nuclear power plants appears to be have the same limitations on renewable energy development as the first version.
In a significant challenge to Republican leadership, Ohio House Democrats said Monday they would hold their own review of controversial legislation designed to subsidize nuclear power and undercut renewable energy development.
Hearings continue this week in the Ohio House on the bill, which creates a “Clean Air Program” that appears aimed toward existing nuclear and coal plants.
AARP Ohio informed top Republican lawmakers before they introduced a bill subsidizing old nuclear and certain coal power plants that the organization would aggressively fight to defeat such legislation.