You Should Get Renewable Energy In Ohio!

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Ohio Green Electricity Green electricity used to be expensive and most Ohio suppliers’ renewable energy plans were well above the average rate. Because of the development of utility-scale renewable energy technologies, green electricity now costs far less and is even competitive to fossil fuel electricity. As a result, states developed renewable portfolio standards (RPSs) that require an […]

Best 12 Month Green Electricity In Evanston

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What’s the Best Plan for Renewables in Evanston Ohio? Going with green electricity plans in Ohio to reduce your family’s carbon footprint used to cost an arm and a leg. But something incredible is happening! At the end of January, the U.S Energy Information Administration (EIA)  predicted that  renewables will be producing more electricity than nuclear and coal by […]

Best 24 Month Electric Rates in Cincinnati

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Shop for Best 24 Month Plan The new year is here and with it comes new goals, new possibilities, and new electricity deals available in Cincinnati, OH. But with all these deals, how do you find one that’s just right for you? Plus, while these plans might be cheap now, the EIA predicts that electricity […]

Best Long Term Cleveland Electricity Rate

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Find Best Long Term Electricity Plan The cold winter is setting in as we near Thanksgiving, snow is starting to fall and the mornings filled with cold air. But the other thing in the air is savings.  Natural gas prices have fallen this year because of high production and strong supply. That means Ohio electricity […]

Cheap Renewable Energy Plans in Dayton

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Dayton Power & Light Renewable Plans Halloween is over and now winter is setting in with early morning frost and chilling winds. That doesn’t mean that wind is a bad thing. In fact, with wind energy expanding to be one of the fastest growing sources of cheap electricity rates in Ohio, shoulder month electricity rates are still low. So if you’ve […]

Cheapest Green Electricity in Columbus, OH

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What Is A Green Energy Plan? If you want to protect the environment, you will want to be as green as possible. Green electricity plans electricity supply from renewable sources such as wind, hydro, and solar. Although renewable energy suppliers contributing 23% of total U.S. energy generation, most energy plans come from non-renewable sources. There are, however, […]

Ohio Electricity Customers to Pay More for HB6?

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Electricity Bill Generating Worry for Ohio Renewables Generating company First Energy Solutions is in the midst of Chapter 11 reorganization. The company told state lawmakers that if doesn’t find a buyer for both Ohio nuclear plants or a way for them to generate a profit within Ohio’s competitive electricity market it will start closing them in […]

Landscaping Better Energy Efficiency in Ohio

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Landscaping Helps Your Ohio Home’s Energy Savings Many folks take a moment each Earth Day to reflect on how they use energy. Some homeowners will try to recycle more, some will switch over to LED light bulbs, and some may even begin composting their kitchen scraps. While these are all great things to do, one […]

PUCO Rejects AEP Renewable Power Project

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PUCO says AEP doesn’t need 900MW. In an effort to satisfy consumers and provide power at lower electric rates long-term, AEP Ohio seeks permission from PUCO for a 900MW renewable energy project in Ohio. But AEP doesn’t want to pay for the wind and solar energy project out of their own pocket. Instead, they aim […]

Cincinnati, Ohio Commits to 100% Renewable Energy

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Cincinnati 100th city to adopt 100% green energy. In December, Cincinnati City Council approved a plan to move the city towards 100% renewable energy by 2035. The resolution makes Cincinnati, Ohio the 100th city to commit to 100% green electricity in the nation.  These cross-country commitments cover about 15% of the US population and stand […]