Senate Bill 52 and House Bill 118
Earlier this year, Green Energy Ohio alerted you to General Assembly consideration of Senate Bill 52 and House Bill 118. Despite significant opposition from citizens, the business community, labor unions, school districts, faith groups, and environmental organizations, legislators continue to pursue passage. Substitute versions of both bills have been introduced that could effectively halt renewable energy development in Ohio by imposing costly new regulation and adding significant political uncertainty to clean energy projects.
House Bill 74
Green Energy Ohio believes that the Ohio Senate should reexamine Ohio’s Electric Vehicle (EV), Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle (PHEV), and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) registration fees, and establish more appropriate levels.
Senate Bill 61
Senate Bill 61 takes an important step towards allowing Ohioans to make their own choices with regard to energy use.