Developers and financiers working on greenfield gas-fired projects in Ohio are grappling with “increased uncertainty” as a result of House Bill 6, a law signed on July 23 by Republican Gov. Mike DeWine, which will help nuclear and coal-fired plants in the state stay afloat and thus potentially lower capacity payment receivables in parts of PJM Interconnection.

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