Ohio bill looks to change wind turbine setback distance to spur development #OH

By National Wind Watch A bill introduced in the Ohio Senate would change the minimum “setbacks,” or distance, a wind turbine farm can be from a residence to encourage development. Sen. Matt Dolan, R-Chagrin Falls, introduced the bill and said that a previous amendment that pushed the setback requirements farther back in 2014 went into effect without transparency, hearings, deliberations or notice. Dolan said the current setbacks have stifled the development of wind farm installation in the state. “The setbacks were moved to a . . .

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