Produced by Bekah Alviani and Claudia Hoerr for Bowling Green State University's, ARTC 4410 Collaborative Digital Arts Development, to serve as a public service announcement promoting renewable energy in Ohio.
We were extremely disappointed to find out that what we initially envisioned as a victory for clean energy instead contained a poison pill that could undermine the entire effort. It calls into question not only the future of the project but also the legitimacy of the approval process.
We need to join together to protect and preserve both. We need to listen to communities whose voices have long gone unheard, learn from their experiences, and include racial and social justice in environmental conversations. Green Energy Ohio is proud to partner in those endeavors and committed to fight for all our precious resources every day.
Green Energy Ohio is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day and we want to hear from YOU! 5 Lucky winners will receive a $10 Starbucks gift card & other GEO goodies!
With the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day this month, we are disappointed that opportunities to celebrate together have been canceled. While those events would have be fun, the best way to honor Earth Day is to make changes, take action, and increase awareness! Green Energy Ohio has put together the following list of 50 ways to honor Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary!
There is no doubt that the Crib data represented a unique contribution to the possibility of a fresh water wind energy installation in Lake Erie. Green Energy Ohio is proud to have played a central part in the project from conception to construction to data collection and analysis.
If you support renewable energy development, climate change action, and Ohio’s economic growth, Green Energy Ohio encourages you to consider signing a letter in support of Icebreaker Wind. Click here to read a project update and access a downloadable letter of support!
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.