Ohio speaks up about the proposed Icebreaker Wind project

By Michelle Froese By Craig Walker
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A public hearing on Lake Erie Energy Development Corporation’s (LEEDCo) Icebreaker Wind project was held in July at Cleveland City Hall Council Chambers before the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB). Icebreaker Wind is the first proposed freshwater wind farm in North America, about 8 to 10 miles off the coast of Cleveland, Ohio.
The Icebreaker Wind project is a proposed 20.7-MW demonstration wind farm in lake Erie that will consist of six, 3.45-MW turbines. Icebreaker Wind will interconnect with the Cleveland Public Power transmission system at the Lake Road 138kV substation. The interconnection study process is complete, and rights

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