The 11th-hour add-on to a 2014 state budget bill didn’t allow stakeholders to respond to proposal, a complaint says.
This year’s session follows a report from PJM that some fear could be used to justify coal and nuclear subsidies.
Voters in a Columbus, Ohio, suburb will decide Tuesday whether to let city officials try to negotiate for cheaper and cleaner electricity on their behalf.
Areas of Ohio that benefited the most from the Clean Air Act’s cross-state and mercury rules were primarily white and backed Trump in 2016, researchers report.
Ohioans have a chance this weekend to get a close-up look at how clean energy really works at the 16th annual Green Energy Ohio Tour.