Step 1: Contact the Ohio Power Siting Board.

The OPSB will determine the fate of the Emerson Creek Wind Project. It is crucial that you provide your opinion. There is no limit to the number of times you can contact the OPSB. You, along with your friends and family, are encouraged to contact them regarding every concern you may have.


Mailing Address

The Ohio Power Siting Board
180 East Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Online Form

Contact the Ohio Power Siting Board

Step 2: Sign the petition.

Deny the Emerson Creek Wind Project –

Step 3: Contact your state Senators.

Express your concerns regarding this project. Emphasize the need for local referendum, which would allow the area residents to vote on any proposed industrial wind projects. Please call AND email as many as possible.

Step 4: Contact the Media.

Express any concerns regarding the unfair representation of the local residents. It is a matter of public record, that several elected township officials may be leaseholders or employees of the developer. As elected officials, these individuals have an obligation to represent their constituents. This results in a strong conflict-of-interest, as the citizens can not be fairly represented. Encourage the media outlets to investigate this situation.

It is highly recommended to contact the local Television/Newspaper media outlets, as well as those in Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo.

Step 5: Share and Inform.

Share this website, along with any other information you may have. Please share on social media, as well as with your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers.

You can also use the Contact Us page to request a “No Wind Turbines” shirt, and yard sign for your property.

As more residents learn of this project, the stronger the opposition will become.