Arche Energy to hold public information meeting July 14 regarding 107-MW solar project in Ohio

Arche Energy said that it plans to hold an approximately two-hour teleconference session on July 16

Arche Energy Project, LLC on June 22 filed with the Ohio Power Siting Board a pre-application notification letter, noting that it is proposing to develop, build, and operate a 107-MW solar-powered electric facility in Gotham Township, Fulton County, Ohio.

Arche Energy said that it expects to file its application for a certificate of environmental compatibility and public need in July.

Construction of the project is expected to begin in 4Q21, while commercial operation is expected to begin in 3Q22.

Arche Energy also said that it plans to hold an approximately two-hour, web-based public information meeting on July 14, as well as an approximately two-hour teleconference session on July 16.

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