It’s still unclear who will bear the cost of cleaning up the bankrupt company’s coal and nuclear plant sites.
Both nations face similar debates on emissions limits, a carbon tax, and other energy-related issues.
In Ohio, though, legal and regulatory barriers prevent renewables from capitalizing on their economic advantage.
Senate Bill 1 would require state agencies to cut 30 percent of regulations within three years, or eliminate two for every new one implemented.
As students strike for climate change action, a poll shows most Ohio adults favor carbon regulations and clean energy.