AMP to buy, not build, a plant | The Columbus Dispatch

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The 1,200 acres of Meigs County farmland that American Municipal Power owns along the Ohio River will be producing crops, not electricity, after the Columbus-based company this week dropped its plan to build a natural-gas power plant there.

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Since: Mar 10

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Feb 11, 2011
 
At least AMP has some common sense, the Ohio Rural Cooperatives (Buckeye Power) bought a part-interest in a old coal plant a couple years ago. How much are the customers of the Ohio Rural Cooperatives paying more on their electric bills because of this? When are the Ohio Rural Cooperatives going to be under the regulations of the PUCO and give the electric customers some relief.
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Columbus, OH

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Feb 11, 2011
 
"He said his agency can offer grants, low-interest loans and financing only for coal and nuclear-power projects. "

What a joke our state's energy policy is.

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