Just over a decade ago, a small team of engineers founded Solar Power and Light. With backgrounds ranging from electrical engineering to metallurgy, founders Neil Chaudhry and Brent Boyd were confident in the technology and process behind solar energy.
More than a dozen members of the Ohio business community and regional developers came together last week for a virtual panel discussion to share their perspectives on the need to repeal House Bill 6, the coal and nuclear bailout legislation at the center of a $61million bribery scandal currently under federal investigation.
Last week, we presented GEO’s Annual Green Achievement Awards in four categories – Business, Academic, Community/Government, and Nonprofit – plus two Lifetime Achievement Awards. Since 2018, we have focused on honorees who are active statewide or who are leaders in the area where we host the awards ceremony!
Over the past several years we have witnessed repeated attempts to disrupt and stifle the development of clean energy in Ohio. GEO and our coalition partners have fought against these measures, in an effort to defend the economic development, job…
Green Energy Ohio has had a long association with efforts to promote solar schools. Ohio Schools Going Solar began in the spring of 1999 - even before GEO came into existence - with the installation of a 2-kilowatt photovoltaic array at Bluffsview Elementary School in the Worthington School District.
As a GEO business member, GOJO is one of several who isn’t actually in the clean energy business. Instead, GOJO makes use of clean energy as part of its corporate sustainability strategy. The corporation has a committed team that has implemented very successful projects for the company in sustainability, particularly in clean energy.
Join us on October 21 from 4-9 at the HOMEARAMA 2020 Homeshow!
Our signature Green Energy Ohio Tour is cancelled for 2020. However, Green Energy Ohio invites participants to the ASES Virtual National Solar Tour.
This month we are sharing a program that has been underway since 2015, and continues today. Beginning five years ago, GEO and its business members have partnered with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections (ODRC) to train offenders through the “Understanding Photovoltaics” program and endeavored to place them in the Ohio solar industry after release.
As a result of today’s indictments alleging widespread acts of corruption, Green Energy Ohio (GEO) calls for the repeal of House Bill 6. GEO joins other environmental organizations, clean energy business leaders, and Ohio activists in calling for immediate action.