On August 10, 2022, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled in favor of Icebreaker Wind. In a 6-1 decision, the Court ruled that the state permit was correctly granted, allowing the project to move forward. The challenge, brought by two Bratenahl residents, was the last legal hurdle to the development of the first fresh water, off shore wind turbine installation in North America.
In May, At our last virtual Book Club conversation, we focused on Climate Fiction in an attempt to explore various ways the climate change message is delivered and received. Interest in poetry has undergone a revival in the last few years, highlighted by the widely acclaimed poem spoken by Amanda Gorman at the Biden-Harris Inauguration.
The best way to honor Earth Day is to make changes, take action, and increase awareness! “50 Ways to Honor Earth Day” includes fun experiences and activities, improvements for your office, home, and garden, and opportunities to learn and speak out on important issues. Originally developed as a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in 2020, our list has been refreshed and updated for 2021. Set a goal to accomplish as many of them as possible this year!
Located in the renewable energy sector of Austin, Texas, Workrise is the leading workforce management solution for the skilled trades. In addition to training employees for particular business niches, or verticals, Workrise also supports companies in the commercial production space to make their dream projects become a reality.
In 2015, Energility was founded on the belief that everyone deserves an energy manager. With a collaborative and innovative team, their work is dedicated to helping all their clients in energy management.
Join Green Energy Ohio Monday, March 8 for an exploratory discussion of Climate Change & National Security with esteemed guests, Congresswoman Elaine Luria and Dr. Bob McCollister
Join us for our first quarterly Climate Change Book Club meeting, Climate, Cocktails, & Conversation for a stirring conversation on Rising: Dispatches from the New American Shore by Elizabeth Rush.
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!