Ohio legislators postpone decision on energy, efficiency mandates

A lawmaker panel postponed action on legislation that would freeze renewable energy and efficiency mandates for two years while a new study committee develops recommendations for future standards. But the Republican leader of the Ohio House said he expects a

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Texas renewable energy production up 12 percent

Renewable energy production in Texas rose 12 percent last year, according to the state’s grid operator. The report by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas found that power generators participating in the state’s renewable energy credit trading program produced 38.1 million

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Clean Energy Is Working In Ohio

Chris Prandoni certainly is welcome to his own opinions, but not his own facts. As the Director of Energy and Environmental Policy at Americans for Tax Reform, Prandoni may favor coal-fired power plants and dislike energy efficiency and renewables, but

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