In August 2022, GEO began a complete renovation of the system in collaboration with the State of Ohio Department of Administrative Services (DAS). The project was made possible by a $50,000 grant from the American Electric Power Foundation. Long-time GEO member companies Third Sun Kokosing Solar and Ecohouse Solar divided responsibility for designing and installing the system. Toledo Solar is donating the new Ohio-made panels. The old panels will be recycled by First Solar.
Our goal is for the clean energy industry to thrive in Ohio. For businesses large and small to thrive through the adoption of cost-effective energy solutions. For communities to thrive by embracing sustainability. For Ohio citizens to thrive in a healthy environment. And for Ohio students to thrive as they become the next generation of engineers, scientists, business leaders, and policymakers.
This year, GEO is commemorating International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples by hosting a special Climate Change Book Club. This virtual event will take place on Tuesday, August 23 at 7:00 pm and will feature two books that present lessons from Indigenous populations on how to address climate change and build resilience. Join us!
The purpose of this bill is to protect and expand Ohio’s vehicle manufacturing and supply chain industry by investing in and developing Ohio’s workforce for EV production, supporting the needs of industry members, growing the EV market, and sending a strong signal to the industry that Ohio is all in on EVs.
On Thursday, June 9, friends and supporters of Green Energy Ohio will gather for 2022 Annual Awards Ceremony and Reception. The event will be hosted by the Oberlin College Environmental Studies Program and will take place in the Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies from 6:00-8:30 pm.
When the chief of the Logan (Ohio) Police Department presented the idea of leasing electric vehicles to replace aging gas-powered ones, the Logan City Council recognized it was a good idea and made it happen.
GEO is pleased to announce the fourth in our series of conversations on issues that are impacted by climate change.
In keeping with the optimistic theme we began in December, we will be reading Katharine Hayhoe's acclaimed new book "Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World."
Learn insider industry expertise on how to involve your organization in renewable energy, as well as discover what is on the forefront for Ohio’s energy sector.
There were many amazing things that came out of GEO’s 2021 Electric Vehicle Tour. With over 500 attendees at 25 events in 14 Ohio cities, we are incredibly proud of the effort from our EV Tour Working Group. One of the best…