Planning Continues for $500 Million Energy Plant in Middletown

From the Dayton Business Journal:
The new $500 million energy plant proposed in Middletown is moving forward.
St. Augustine, Fla.-based NTE Solutions has filed for permits with the Ohio Power Sitting Board for the new natural-gas fired power plant to be built on a 45-acre campus off Cincinnati Dayton Road, which will be called The Middletown Energy Center. The company has created a new subsidiary for Ohio, NTE Ohio LLC, which has hired the Columbus office of Bricker & Eckler LLP as legal counsel.
It’s estimated the construction of the project will create 300 to 400 jobs, and the plant will be run by a 25 to 30-worker crew.
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