A titanic $4.5 billion plan by AEP Corp. to build the largest wind power in the United States has landed another key approval. The Columbus-based utility’s proposed Wind Catcher Energy Connection project has landed required approvals from two of the four states it will ultimately serve. The Louisiana Public Service Commission approved the project on Wednesday, following the May approval by its counterpart in Arkansas. That leaves Texas and Oklahoma to approve the plan.
Source: Columbus Business First