Report challenges economics of 1950s coal plants as Ohio lawmakers seek subsidies

“Why should ratepayers suddenly be footing the bill for what some proponents of this bill are claiming is an unworkable contract between private companies?” countered Trish Demeter of the Ohio Environmental Council. “If OVEC wants to continue operating these sixty-two year old coal plants, then shouldn’t they take on the business risk rather than saddle Ohio customers with the risk?”

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017