|Another wind farm starts process to reality|
|Written by Ed Gebert|
|Thursday, March 21, 2013 2:21 PM|
VAN WERT - The region may soon have another wind farm.
Northwest Ohio Wind Energy, LLC will hold the meeting on Tuesday, April 9 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School, 4915 U.S. 127, near Haviland.
The meeting is scheduled to be held before an application for the wind farm is filed.
The proposed facility would consist of approximately 50 wind turbines to be located in Blue Creek and Latty townships of Paulding County. That places the wind farm east of the existing Timber Ridge and Blue Creek wind farms. None of the turbine sites are due to be built in Van Wert County.
Along with the turbines, the project would include associated infrastructure including collection lines and a step-up transformer. The lines would connect to the electric grid at AEP-Ohio’s substation near Haviland. the wind farm would encompass more than 9,000 acres.
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