NRG Energy Inc. News

Avon Lake School Board takes step to settle NRG tax issues

Thursday, September 21st, 2017


AVON LAKE — The Avon Lake school board unanimously approved a proposal last Tuesday that sets the property value for the Avon Lake Power Plant at an average fair market value of $39.5 million through the year 2020.

The board’s 5-0 vote also authorized Superintendent Robert Scott to negotiate a final agreement with the plant’s owner, NRG Energy Inc., based on the …Read More

Lorain County Auditor, NRG negotiate settlement over Avon Lake power plant taxes

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017


Officials have reached a settlement over property tax issues for the Avon Lake power plant. Photo courtesy Bryan Wroten


AVON LAKE — Lorain County Auditor Craig Snodgrass said he has negotiated a deal with NRG involving millions of dollars in tax revenue related to the Avon Lake power plant on Lake Road.

Snodgrass said the agreement, which company officials have agreed to in principle last …Read More

2015 hits, misses and thuds

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

As we begin a new year, we pause to reflect on the year just passed. Overall, good things done by great people outweigh the stumbles of others. The “hits” of the past year give us a sense of pride, accomplishment and happiness. “Misses” and “thuds” remind us that all humans make mistakes. View these as opportunities to fix. We are lucky to live among so …Read More

Avon Lake Regional Water buys property from NRG for treatment plant rehab project

Friday, June 12th, 2015

Avon Lake

By Bryan Wroten

City Council approved Avon Lake Regional Water’s purchase of about 0.4 acres of parking lot from NRG Energy Inc. for $95,000.

ALRW Chief Utilities Executive Todd Danielson said the property is in the south end of the parking lot between Beach Park Towers and the NRG power plant’s coal pile.

“We need to construct a new influent pumping station for our pollution control plant,” …Read More

NRG natural gas pipeline receives power siting board approval

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

Avon Lake

By Bryan Wroten

The Ohio Power Siting Board on June 4 approved NRG Energy Inc.’s natural gas pipeline that helps the power company keep its Avon Lake power plant open.

The 24-inch pipeline will transport natural gas from a supply tap location in Grafton 20 miles to the power plant on Lake Road in Avon Lake.

David Gaier, spokesman for NRG, said the company is pleased with …Read More