With the Clean Power Plan and enhanced tax policies in place, Ohio could see up to 90 percent growth in its capacity for combined heat and power and waste heat to power.
An Ohio legislative committee’s report recommending a continued freeze of the state’s clean energy and efficiency standards includes recommendations to further weaken those policies.
A report from an Ohio lawmakers’ committee left out crucial topics that state law required the group to consider in its review of the state’s renewable energy and energy efficiency laws.
Ohio lawmakers charged with reviewing the costs and benefits of the state’s clean energy standards limited the testimony they received during hearings that were used to justify a two-year “freeze” on those standards.
Resuming Ohio’s clean energy standards could bring big health benefits, according to an analysis released last week by environmental advocates.