Ohio Wind Policy: Fossil Fuel Knocks the Wind Out of Renewable Energy

With no shortage of wide-open land, Ohio is ripe for a transition to renewable energy, but instead the state [...]

Ohio Slips in Efficiency Ranking as Lawmakers Gut State Standards

Ohio’s ranking on ACEEE’s State Energy Efficiency Scorecard has more or less tracked changes in state policy.  An energy [...]

Voters to Decide if Worthington Should Adopt an Energy-Aggregation Plan

Worthington wants to shrink its residents’ electric bills — and its carbon footprint — and city officials say Issue [...]

100% Renewable Energy: Cleveland Sets a Big Goal as It Sheds Its Fossil Fuel Past

Cleveland joins more than 80 U.S. cities that have committed to get all their electricity from renewable sources. But [...]

Ohio Lawmakers Fine-Tune Renewable Energy Mandates

Ohio utilities would still have to find more of their power from renewable sources like solar and wind but [...]

Ohio Wind-Farm Rules Eased in Proposed State Senate Bill, But Mandates Reduced

There soon may be more wind farms in Ohio. The Ohio Senate’s GOP leadership is making an effort to [...]

Lawmaker: Current Wind Farm Regulations ‘Stifle’ Investment in Ohio

Setbacks have been an issue of contention with proposed Champaign County wind farm. A Northeast Ohio Republican is pushing [...]

War Over Ohio Clean Energy Standards Heats Up — Again

The Ohio General Assembly is tussling yet again over the Buckeye State’s clean energy standards. Industrial groups, fossil fuel [...]

Ohio Energy Bill Passes House, But Fight Expected In Senate

The Ohio House of Representatives has passed legislation 65-30 that would make Ohio’s renewable energy standards optional, promoting business [...]

3 Republican Governors Embrace Clean Energy’s Economic Promise

Last month, the U.S. inaugurated a new president who has vowed to abandon the landmark Paris climate agreement and roll back bedrock American [...]