In Champaign County, the Urbana Daily Citizen reports that the County and Township governments did not file requests for rehearing of the OPSB’s decision to grant Everpower’s certificate extension. Presumably, these governments have their hands full with their two other active lawsuits. Additionally, below this discussion is an enticing offer from Everpower for some of … Continue reading Everpower has their hands full with Ohio lawsuits
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This week Everpower spoke on the record to the Springfield News Sun about their future plans. Everpower spokesman, Michael Speerscheider, had this to say: “ It’s still too early to say whether the legislation will mean the end of the Buckeye wind farm,” said Michael Speerschneider, a spokesman for Everpower. The project is in jeopardy … Continue reading Are wind developers part of your ‘public’ at county commissioner meetings?
Today will be a busy day as around 30 witnesses will testify in the Ohio House Public Utilities Committee concerning Senate Bill 310. Today’s Columbus Dispatch reports that the bill may spark a national movement toward repealing mandates for renewable energy. Americans for Prosperity has thrown their support behind the bill. The Urbana Daily Citizen … Continue reading Will Ohio SB310 begin a ‘domino’ effect to repeal BigWind mandates?
The Ohio House of representatives gears up this week to hear testimony on Senate Bill 310. On Tuesday, Senator Balderson will provide sponsor testimony followed by other witnesses in support of the bill. On Wednesday opponents, interested parties and the rest of the world will testify. Speaker of the House, Rep. Bill Batchelder, wants to … Continue reading Everpower’s admission = BigWind’s failed mousetrap
Is there a connection? Read the facts below and decide for yourself... Everpower: Terra Firma Capital Partners is the UK private equity firm that owned three renewable companies: RTR, Infinis and Everpower. Their business model is to buy companies, build them up and sell them. Terra Firma likes to do this within five to seven … Continue reading Are Everpower and Invenergy in “cahoots” in Ohio?