Archive for October 20th, 2017

The Blue Creek Township wind farm.
Commentary / Renewable Energy

Commentary: Ohio lawmakers should follow the lead of the business community and support clean energy

COLUMBUS — “As the Ohio Senate considers House Bill 114, a proposal that would dismantle the state’s renewable energy and energy efficiency standards, lawmakers should consider the significant opportunities for clean energy investment in the Buckeye State. In September, General Motors announced it would power its Ohio manufacturing plants in […]

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) vetoed legislation last year to halt the state's renewable portfolio standard. State lawmakers are trying to stop it again (Credit: Marc Nozell/Flickr).
Ohio's Clean Energy Future / Renewable Energy

War over Ohio clean energy standards heats up — again

COLUMBUS — “The Ohio General Assembly is tussling yet again over the Buckeye State’s clean energy standards. Industrial groups, fossil fuel interests and conservative groups are leading a push for the Legislature to relax Ohio’s renewable and energy efficiency standards. They maintain the current requirements are costly, market-distorting mandates. But […]