A Renewable America - Assessing the consumer impacts of various Ohio renewable policy options

The Ohio legislature could save consumers nearly $3.4 billion by 2030 by allowing the freeze on the state’s renewable energy standard to expire and fixing its wind setback law in 2016, according to a new report produced by A Renewable America (ARA), the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and reviewed by Cleveland-based Institute for Energy Economics. The report, which models various policy options, serves as an important resource for the on-going debate about how the state should proceed with its renewable portfolio standard, which was frozen in 2014 and its wind setback law, both of which are currently under consideration by the Ohio General Assembly.

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