COLUMBUS – The Ohio Energy Siting Board (OPSB) will maintain a neighborhood public listening to concerning the proposal by Oak Run Photo voltaic Venture, LLC to construct an 800 megawatt (MW) solar-powered electrical technology facility, a 300 MW battery power storage system, and three.5 -mile lengthy electrical transmission line in Monroe, Somerford, and Deercreek cities, in Madison County.
The listening to is scheduled for:
April 11, 2023, 5 p.m
Jonathan Alder Excessive Faculty
Plain Metropolis, Ohio 43064
The aim of the native public listening to is to permit people to offer sworn testimony concerning the proposed services. Testimony is restricted to 5 minutes per witness, and the transcript of the listening to will grow to be a part of the file of the case thought-about by the OPSB.
The witnesses will register once they arrive on the trial and testify within the order wherein they’re registered. If a witness needs to complement their testimony with an exhibit, a replica of the doc should be offered to the executive regulation choose through the listening to.
The evidentiary listening to is scheduled for Could 15, 2023 at 10 a.m., on the Public Utilities Fee of Ohio, 180 E. Broad St., eleventh ground, Columbus, Ohio 43215. Through the evidentiary listening to, the applicant, OPSB workers, and intervenor The events will present professional testimony and proof concerning the services.
The proposed Oak Run Photo voltaic Venture would encompass photo voltaic panel arrays and related services occupying roughly 4,400 acres of a 6,050-acre mission website. Along with the photo voltaic panel arrays, battery power storage system, and electrical transmission line, the mission will embrace electrical assortment strains, inverters, entry roads, perimeter fencing, and two substations.
Extra details about the proposed photo voltaic facility is out there on the OPSB web site at www.OPSB.ohio.gov below case numbers 22-0549-EL-BGN (photo voltaic and battery services) and 22-0550-EL -BTX (transmission line).