Sunrise brief: Ohio’s $1 billion, 800 MW solar project gains regulatory approval


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Ohio’s $1 billion, 800 MW solar project gains regulatory approval One of the nation’s largest solar projects has been approved by the Ohio Power Siting Board.

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