Nuclear and coal subsidies mean state consumers will likely pay more than $1 billion per year more, an analysis shows.
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Ohio’s ranking on ACEEE’s State Energy Efficiency Scorecard has more or less tracked changes in state policy.
Ohio law lets political action groups keep funders secret during drive to let voters get a say on nuclear subsidies.
Tax law experts say new utility charges likely might not be a tax if the money isn’t spent to benefit the general public.