IN THE NEWS...
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has ruled on whether or not renewable energy must come from inside Ohio. The answer for now is "no," which appears to have set back efforts to build renewable power supply inside Ohio based on the simple requirement alone that it exist. What this move does do, though, apparently is lower the power prices since Ohio can now get renewable energy (and thus the energy credits) from outside on the lowest bid.
Click here to read a well written and brief article by Tom Knox in Columbus Business First.
October 20, 2014