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Ohio’s Energy Policy Makes Sense For Business; We Shouldn’t Undo It

December 3 -- Ohio is a national leader in energy efficiency standards.  The 2008 Energy Efficiency Resource Standards, established by Senate Bill 221, require each utility to reduce demand by 22.5% by implementing energy efficiency projects and source 12.5% of power generation from renewable sources by 2025.  In order to meet these goals, the utilities encourage Ohio companies like Campbell Soup Company to seek energy efficiency in their operations and incentivize investment in their own renewable energy program and strategies. >>View Article

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