Monday, September 9, 2013

"Ohioans are already benefiting from renewable resource additions...."

Report: Ohio renewable energy law cuts costs, emissions
09/05/2013 - Five years after Ohio’s renewable energy standard took effect – and a few months before it will be challenged again in the state legislature – an economist with the state’s utility regulator tried to assess how the law was working out.

Tim Benedict’s verdict: “We’re seeing more of the good than of the bad.”

More specifically, his study concludes that the addition of renewable sources of power is modestly pushing down the wholesale cost of power in the state, while also reducing the amount of carbon dioxide produced. read more>>>

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