Ohio Advanced Energy News

SB 58 to Cost Ohioans More than Originally Estimated

November 19th, 2013

Columbus, OH — An updated analysis by The Ohio State University’s Center for Resilience shows that Substitute Senate Bill 58 would cost Ohio customers even more than originally estimated.  The updated analysis shows Ohioans would pay $3.94 billion more in electricity bills, with annual increases of $302.8 million. The OSU study, commissioned by Advanced Energy […]

September 2013 Economic Analysis of Ohio’s Renewable and Energy Efficiency Standards Ohio

September 15th, 2013

Ohio State researchers find Ohio’s renewable and energy efficiency standards have saved ratepayers 1.4% since inception, and weakening of the standards will result in higher energy bills, fewer jobs and increased emissions over the coming decade. Ohio Senate Bill 221 (SB 221), which became law in 2008, includes provisions for renewable energy and efficiency improvements. […]

Economic Analysis of Ohio’s Renewable and Energy Efficiency Standards

May 30th, 2013

A report released last week shows that Ohio’s renewable energy and energy efficiency standards have saved Ohioans 1.4% on their electricity bills. The Ohio Advanced Energy Economy Institute commissioned the report, and worked with The Center for Resilience at The Ohio State University to conduct economic modeling from 2008 (the year the energy standards were […]

Swing State Polls Show that Voters Support Advanced Energy

November 16th, 2012

Advanced Energy Economy Ohio Institute, in partnership with the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), released polling days after the election demonstrating that swing state voters understand the value of advanced energy. Energy was clearly on the minds of voters. While issues like the economy and healthcare continue to be the most important, energy ranked […]

Ohio has robust Energy Efficiency Assets

November 1st, 2012

AEE Ohio Institute led the completion of a state-wide roadmap in the Energy Efficiency sector to address the questions: “What energy efficiency technologies and products are people making and commercializing around the world?” “How does Ohio participate in the energy efficiency industry today?” “What – if anything – should be Ohio’s energy efficiency focus to […]

Ohioans agree: Advanced energy crucial to economic survival

July 27th, 2012

“Eight out of 10 Ohio residents think that the development of advanced energy technologies — everything from hybrid cars to smart buildings to wind, solar and nuclear energy — are important to the state’s economic future, a new poll has found.”

Ohio’s Emerging Industry

July 1st, 2012

Ohio has cultivated a substantial and growing advanced energy (AE) industry, building upon the foundation of the state’s historic economic assets, innovative business professionals, and forward-thinking private and public leaders. On the basis of a conservative assessment prepared for AEE Ohio by Advanced Energy Economy Institute (AEEI), the state is home to over 400 advanced […]


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