Category:Existing coal plants in Ohio

From Global Energy Monitor

Ohio had 119 coal-fired generating units at 35 locations in 2005, with 23,825 MW of capacity - representing 64.9% of the state's total electric generating capacity, and making Ohio the biggest coal energy producing state in the U.S. However, as of 2021 the state is down to just 10,622 MW of capacity with 3,220 MW of that scheduled to retire in the coming years.[1] Click on the locations shown on the map for plant details. (To return to the map of existing coal plants in the U.S., click here.) For additional information on coal issues in Ohio, click here. For a list of proposed new coal plants in Ohio, click here.

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  1. "Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator Inventory (based on Form EIA-860M as a supplement to Form EIA-860) - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)". Retrieved 2021-12-17.