In yet another attempt to thwart the growing clean energy economy in Ohio, proposed House Bill 401 seeks to subject wind energy projects throughout the state to cancellation after prior approval by the Ohio Power Siting Board.
Green Energy Ohio is proud to have been among the original coalition of partners that provided the in-kind services and materials that contributed to the success of the Understanding Photovoltaics program.
Held in mid-October, the Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Summit fostered immensely informative and inspiring dialogue about a green energy future for the city of Cleveland, its people, and its environment.
Event Rescheduled! The 2020 Annual Awards Ceremony and Reception will be Friday, October 23 at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
Having grown up in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he had a large backyard with a creak to explore, Kevin Eigel has always had an interest in nature and the environment. With a father heavily involved in the Oil and Gas Industry, Eigel was equally intrigued with energy production and consumption. It wasn’t until he went to work for his father, though, that Eigel knew what direction his competing interests would take.