The agreement includes installing state-of-the-art collision detection equipment, including cameras, to document wildlife impacts.
Clean energy advocates warned that the proposal could still resurface as an attachment to other legislation.
Positioning wind turbines to minimize wind wake interference with other turbines could boost overall output and revenue.
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.
Residents were divided over the 49-turbine project, which was awaiting the results of a local referendum scheduled for May 7.