Clean Energy Future Kills Plans for 3rd Power PlantLORDSTOWN, Ohio – Clean Energy Future Inc. has pulled its plan to construct a third $1.1 billion combined-cycle energy plant in the village, the company announced today. Clean Energy President and CEO Bill Siderewicz said in a statement that the company pulled out of building a yet-to-be-named energy center because the Ohio General Assembly passed House Bill 6, which provided subsidies to the nuclear power industry. It was signed into law by Gov. Mike DeWine in July. "There’s sheer di
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