Tag: scioto ridge

Logan county, Ohio says NO to BigWind, but it doesn’t matter…

Yesterday Jason Dagger presented Innogy's update to the Scioto Ridge Wind Project which is sited primarily in Hardin County with a spillover of approximately 10 turbines into Logan County. This is an OPSB approved project.  As the 2016 Examiner report explains, EverPower declared they would not build in Logan County without the PILOT.  The Logan … Continue reading Logan county, Ohio says NO to BigWind, but it doesn’t matter…

Everpower ‘claims’ they will not build in Logan County if no tax abatement given

Really? Let's call their bluff. The peoples' response to this BigWind bully is below. It is written by a FORMER GREEN LOBBYIST. You may find the response enlightening.... The immediate fate of 18 wind turbines in Logan County soon will be in the hands of the Logan County Commissioners, EverPower officials said at a Tuesday … Continue reading Everpower ‘claims’ they will not build in Logan County if no tax abatement given

Everpower proposes (sneaky) amendment in Ohio

Yesterday, September 12th, Everpower filed an extensive amendment to its Scioto Ridge project in Logan and Hardin Counties.   The filing includes approximately 70 different documents.    The important thing to note here is that Everpower probably filed the amendment on September 12 because the new property line setbacks go into effect on September 15th.  By filing … Continue reading Everpower proposes (sneaky) amendment in Ohio

Winds of change blow Everpower out of Ohio…

More than a month ago, we learned that Everpower intended to close its Bellefontaine, Ohio office on or about August 1st.  At the time, the Bellefontaine Examiner called to verify the story and Jason Dagger denied it.  On July 22nd, Everpower's Dagger and Mike Pullins sent a letter to Buckeye Wind Leaseholders advising them that … Continue reading Winds of change blow Everpower out of Ohio…

Will Ohio SB310 begin a ‘domino’ effect to repeal BigWind mandates?

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?

Will Ohio rollback BigWind’s mandates???????

The Ohio House Public Utilities Committee was greeted by fifty witnesses wishing to testify on Am. Sub. S. B. 310 yesterday.  The group was a mixture of both supporters and opponents and only a small number were able to be heard.  Many were asked to hold over until next week.  Among those who were not heard were … Continue reading Will Ohio rollback BigWind’s mandates???????

(no surprise) Ohio Power Siting Board gives green light to Scioto Ridge

Due to a recent situation, we have removed the email follow blog option from our site and apologize for any inconvenience. It was also discovered, that we have a new follower of our blog from Everpower, Mr. Mike Pullins. Since the beginning, this blog has chosen open viewing- to encourage the sharing of information, from … Continue reading (no surprise) Ohio Power Siting Board gives green light to Scioto Ridge

Illinois wind project foreclosure has similarities to Buckeye Wind in Ohio

 The 240 MW Big Sky project (Illinois) is in trouble as Edison Mission is unable to repay the loan on the wind development made by the turbine manufacturer, Suzlon.  This is an important story about another wind project in the PJM grid system which also serves Ohio.  Big Sky does not have a long term … Continue reading Illinois wind project foreclosure has similarities to Buckeye Wind in Ohio

Are Everpower and Invenergy in “cahoots” in Ohio?

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?