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Energy / Utilities

Study: lack of competition to blame for Ohio electricity cost increases

COLUMBUS — “With Ohio’s energy and energy efficiency standards again under attack, a new policy paper from Ohio State University attributes the lion’s share of electricity cost increases since 2008 to utilities and provisions that insulate them from full competition. None of Ohio’s transmission and distribution utilities have moved to […]

Boston firm battles Ohio utilities over re-regulation
Utilities

Boston firm battles Ohio utilities over re-regulation

BOSTON, MA — “The Boston-based company developing five natural gas-fired power plants under construction or planned in Ohio is fighting Ohio’s investor-owned electric utilities over re-regulation, Kallanish Energy finds. Bill Siderewicz, president of Clean Energy Future, is strongly opposed to a controversial proposal to re-regulate Ohio utilities, a move that could […]

Mixed results from aggregation voting in Ohio
Energy

Mixed results from aggregation voting in Ohio

OHIO — “Several Ohio counties, townships and incorporated areas voted on electricity aggregation this week in an election dominated by statewide issues such as repeal of legislation affecting public employees’ collective bargaining rights and the state’s future in regard to the national health insurance mandate. The result of aggregation voting […]