Schools, cities and businesses could lose out if Ohio further rolls back state policies that have spurred job growth in the state’s clean energy sector, industry leaders say.
Ohio regulators are considering limitations to the state’s net metering rules that could, if adopted, resolve a challenge filed with the Ohio Supreme Court last summer.
A "freeze" of Ohio's clean-energy standards is lengthening the payback period for combined heat and power systems, according to business leaders.
As Ohio’s Energy Mandates Study Committee takes up energy efficiency this week, data continue to show the programs are cost-effective for ratepayers.
An effort by opponents to stop a proposed Ohio wind farm, which includes a legally questionable maneuver to prevent variances, has the support of the state legislature’s most outspoken critic of renewable energy.
While an Ohio energy study committee is tasked by law to look broadly at both the costs and benefits of the state’s clean energy standards, advocates say most of the group’s focus so far has been on factors against them.
Ohio regulators have rejected the second of three utilities' “bailout” proposals, presenting further hurdles for FirstEnergy in an upcoming hearing for its case.
Despite Ohio's antipathy toward the Clean Power plan, state regulators do not want the General Assembly to pass any law that would interfere with eventual compliance.
Representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the City of Cleveland were on hand Monday at the city’s Fire Station No. 1 to recognize local leaders in DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge.
Ohio’s oil and gas industry and environmental groups remain divided on controversial community right-to-know provisions in a pending bill.