The Results: EnergyEfficiency Ohio’s efficiency standard has saved theequivalent amount of energy that wouldbe generated by a 125-Megawatt powerplant continuously running 24/7/365 Energy efficiency is job intensive – andthe jobs cannot be exported
Shale Gas Opponents of Ohio’s clean energystandards argue that the energylandscape, since 2008, has changeddramatically and therefore investmentsin clean energy no longer make sense But natural gas prices are volatile, andenvironmental concerns are still largelyunknown
Get Involved Write a letter to your State Senator andcopy your State Representative andGovernor Kasich http://www.ohiosenate.gov http://www.ohiohouse.gov http://governor.ohio.gov Letter should state: Ohio’s Clean Energy Standards are working Urge them to retain Ohio’s Clean EnergyLaws
Get Involved Attend a Hearing on April 23rd Contact Brian Kunkemoeller at 614-461-0734ext. 310 or Seth Johnson with ELPC at 614-377-6339 Submit Testimony for April 23rd Hearing Written or In-person Testimony is due by 4:00p.m. on Monday, April 22nd to Sen. Seitz’s office Contact Trish Demeter at 614-487-5829 orTDemeter@theoec.org
More InformationTo learn more, visit the www.theOEC.org.Questions?