The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is hosting a public hearing on Nov. 2 regarding an air quality plan application for a proposed 620 MW natural gas-fired power plant in Greene County. New York-based Hill Top Energy Center LLC filed the application to build the facility in Cumberland Township at the site of a former coal mine, about 60 miles south of Pittsburgh. Dozens of gas-fired plants have been proposed/are under construction in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Hill Top’s proposal is one of the latest in Pennsylvania, where roughly 20 plants are in the works. Details about the hearing can be found on DEP’s website.
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