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Ohio Energy: Renewable Portfolios and Re-regulated Markets

Posted Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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An energy bill working its way through Columbus could dramatically change the state, doing everything from jump starting the renewable energy industry to transforming the bottom line on utility bills. This push for green energy is coming from the Republicans and has bipartisan support, but the potential future of rate regulation...well, that's going to be tougher to figure out. Tuesday, we'll talk about the change on the horizon, what it means for your pocketbook and for our state's prospects for actually going green. Join us at 9 a.m.

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Government/Politics, Community/Human Interest, Energy, Technology, Regional Economy/Business - News

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Jim McGregor, state representative from Gahanna (R-20)
Janine Migden-Ostrander, Ohio Consumers' Counsel
Richard Stuebi, BP Fellow for Energy & Environmental Advancement, Cleveland Foundation
Ellen Raines, Director of Public Relations, FirstEnergy

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To read House Bill 487
To read Senate Bill 221

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