Scioto Ridge Wind Farm, Hardin & Logan Counties, OH

  • Hardin and Logan Counties, OH
  • Up to 225 MW
  • Up to 105 turbines
  • Approximately 712,000 tons of offset CO2 each year
  • 17,000 acres in project area

The proposed Scioto Ridge Wind Farm is sited on farmland in Hardin and Logan Counties, leased from private landowners. Less than 105 acres will be taken out of agricultural production for this project, which will consist of up to 105 turbines. In total, Scioto Ridge Wind Farm has the capacity to produce enough electricity to power approximately 68,000 homes annually. It is expected to be operational by the end of 2017.

Economic Benefits

  • Up to $1.8 million in annual taxes to local governments and school districts are projected
  • Once operational, it will require up to 10-12 full-time employees for operation and maintenance
  • During the 18 month construction period, we expect to use approximately 150 full and part-time workers
  • Direct and indirect impacts will have a positive impact on economic activity throughout the region

To request an electronic or paper copy of the accepted, complete application to the Ohio Power Siting Board, please contact Jason Dagger at (937) 604-8820 or, or visit

Hardin Wind LLC has filed with the Board a Letter of Notification to construct, operate, and maintain the Scioto Ridge POI switchyard in Case No. 16-2032-EL-BLN, which is now pending before the Board.  A copy of the complete Letter of Notification is also available for inspection at the offices of the Ohio Power Siting Board, Docketing Division, 180 E. Broad St., 11th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215 and at the Hardin County Public Library, 325 E. Columbus Street, Kenton, OH 43326.  The application is also available online at the OPSB website at

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In the News

Advocates press Ohio lawmakers on the benefits of wind energy. Click here to read the full article.