Smith also serves as the director of the Ohio Coal Development Office and is the director of Development's designee on the Ohio Power Siting Board and Ohio Turnpike Commission.
What does OPSB stand for?
OPSB stands for Ohio Power Siting Board (new energy facility review)
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- Orinda Public Safety Advisory Committee (Orinda, CA)
- Operator Performance and Safety Analysis Division (also Human Factors Division; studies human behavior and transportation safety; Cambridge, MA)
- Oceans Policy Science Advisory Group (Australia; est. 1998)
- Operation Systems Analysis Module
- Optimal Path Selection Algorithm for Static and Mobile Multicast Routing Problems
- Operations and Management Open Area Working Group (IETF)
- Operational Satellite Uplink (from Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell)
- Operational Satellite Uplink (Spinter Cell video game)
- Optical Satellite Communications
- Oral Proficiency Skills for Aviation (Defense Language Institute class; Lackland Air Force Base, TX)
- Old Private Sector Bank
- Open Proxy Scanning Bot (software)
- Open Slotted Band (motors)
- Orleans Parish School Board
- Ouachita Parish School Board (Monroe, LA)
- Old Puget Sound Beach Rugby Football Club (est. 1971; Seattle, WA)
- Ontario Public School Boards' Association (Canada)
- Ouachita Parish School Board Warehouse (West Monroe, LA)
- Office of Public School Construction
- Office of the Public Service Commissioner (Queensland, Australia)
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He also served as Chairman of the Ohio Power Siting Board from April 1999 until his retirement in December 2010.
will be reviewed in Ohio by the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) and in Pennsylvania by the Public Utility Commission (PUC).
Additional major path permit applications were filed in May 2007, including Ohio Power Siting Board generation application, Army Corps of Engineers Section 10/404 permit, OEPA 401 certification, solid waste permit- to-install, NPDES permit.
Plans are for ICC in mid-October to begin site preparation and pile placement, following required coordination meetings with the City of Lima and the Ohio Power Siting Board, which is part of the Public Utility Commission of Ohio.
In addition the Ohio Power Siting Board has approved 3,555 mW of new generation in Ohio with another 6,000 mW currently under review.
The Ohio Power Siting Board still must approve the route of the gas transmission line needed to serve the facility.
A third route, parallel to State Route 608, was suggested by the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) staff.