LEED Blog does a deep dive on AEE's work in Ohio and Ohio's ongoing advanced energy policy fight. From the article:
“Our modeling shows that a diverse generation mix made up of renewable energy, energy efficiency and natural gas would save the average household nearly $200 a year by 2027 and the state $3.3 billion a year. This would be a significant cost savings for the Buckeye state,” said Ray Fakhoury, state policy associate at AEE. “By simply ensuring that advanced energy technologies get to compete, lawmakers could save the consumers and the state through avoided energy costs.”
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