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Ohio electric cooperatives challenge EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Buckeye Power joined with other cooperative utilities in petitioning the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to review the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan on Friday, Oct. 23.

Buckeye Central cuts cost with new LED lighting upgrade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Scott Carbary (right) presents Buckeye Central Board of Education members
and Jared Clady with the rebate check for $7,500. 

 

Safety comes first

Tour Cardinal Generating Station Sept. 30

Over the last 10 years, Buckeye Power, North Central’s wholesale power supplier, and the 24 Ohio electric cooperatives that own it, have invested more than $1 billion to upgrade the Cardinal Generating Station in Brilliant, Ohio, with environmental controls to meet today’s clean air standards. Today, Cardinal Generating Station is considered to be among the cleanest coal-fired facilities of its kind in the world.

Trustees elected in three districts

Two trustees were elected to their first term and a third trustee was re-elected to his third term on the North Central Board of Trustees at the 79th annual meeting held June 9 at the Seneca County Fairgrounds in Tiffin. 

People Fund makes a difference

A North Central Electric People Fund grant can truly make a difference in the lives of cooperative members. And it can do so in quick fashion. 
At the cooperative’s annual meeting in June, People Fund Chairperson Ellen Lynch explained how the People Fund responded this spring to an emergency request from a New Washington family whose home was destroyed by fire. 

Expect water heaters, air conditioners to be controlled this week

It's been a pretty mild summer so far, but the heat is on this week. We have been notified by our power supplier, Buckeye Power, that they expect full load control Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. 

North Central line crews assist Kentucky cooperative restore power

 

North Central Electric Cooperative sent a line crew to northeastern Kentucky this week to help an electric cooperative restore power to its consumers following heavy rains and flooding this past weekend.

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