Developers of what has been called the largest solar-power project in the Midwest say it will get built, despite a setback dealt them last month by utility regulators.
Turning Point Solar partner David Wilhelm said, “Reports of our demise are exaggerated. Plan B is coming together."
The project calls for construction of a 49.9-megawatt plant on a site near Zanesville.
The plan to save it likely will involve commitments from utilities, universities and hospitals, in Ohio and elsewhere, to buy electricity from Turning Point.