3727 Ridge Road
Cost (in millions): 200
In addition to proposing this 20 MW trash incinerator, Cleveland is also courting the company to build its headquarters in the city and a manufacturing plant to build gasification-type incinerators that would be peddled to other communities. Cleveland has already committed $1.5 million to the Princeton Environmental Group, which will be responsible for designing the power plant and employing its gasification technology. The city of Cleveland has will receive assistance from the Cleveland Foundation, American Municipal Power and the American Public Power Association to pay the $1.5 million contract with Princeton.
Feb 2012: U.S. EPA blocks the permit (see article in links). Project is since on life-support, but still not quite dead.