The PUCO last week approved two Southwestern Ohio clean energy projects. In one order, the Commission approved an agreement between the University of Cincinnati and Duke Energy Ohio that would permit UC to fully convert its 48 megawatt gas generating facility from natural gas to an alternative energy source. A copy of the order can be found here.

In the other order, the Commission certified as an eligible Ohio renewable energy resource generating facility the Killen Generating Station along the Ohio River because of its use of wood cellulose pellets and biodiesel as a renewable energy source. The Killen Generating Station is jointly owned by Dayton Power & Light and Duke Energy Ohio. A copy of the order can be found here.