Manufacturing Clean Energy

Act Now! Send a message to Governor Kasich to end the freeze of Ohio's clean energy standards.

Clean and Renewable Energy Standards will help manufacturers control electricity costs, grow new Ohio industries, attract investment and jobs, and support a healthy Ohio.

Contact Governor John Kasich and ask him to VETO HB554.


Ohio's Energy Future Tour

Ohio's Energy Future Tour was an opportunity for Ohioans to discuss the positive economic impact of clean energy technologies in their lives and communities. The tour demonstrates how Ohio can transition to a clean energy economy that will reduce costs and create jobs.

Download final report and video showing how you can help Ohio's energy future.

Policy Recommendations to Move Ohio Forward
  • Reinstate meaningful and required renewable portfolio and energy efficiency standards
  • Develop a cost-effective state plan for compliance with the clean power plan to reduce carbon emissions from Ohio's electric power sector
  • Increase distributed generation, aggregation and net metering opportunities
  • Repeal restrictive set-back requirements for wind farms

Congressman Joyce Meets with Manufacturers of Clean Energy

Talking with Our Legislators

"We have to support U.S. manufacturing, competitiveness and innovation, and the job creation that comes with it," commented Congressman David P. Joyce (OH-14), who participated with several Cleveland-area manufacturers that serve the clean energy industry in a clean energy manufacturing and policy roundtable at American Roll Form in Painesville, Ohio.

"Northeast Ohio manufacturers are on the ground making things happen. We have to use every arrow in our quiver to support them – including renewing the wind and solar production tax credits, because it means a lot of business for the region, and the faster we can do that the more stability we create in the world."

 
Roundtable participants, from left: John Colm (WIRE-Net), Dewey Lockwood (Fabricating Solutions), Joshua Perkins (American Roll Form), Rob Touzalin (American Roll Form), Phil Misch (American Roll Form), David Joyce (Congressman, OH-14), Steve Peplin (Talan Products), Mark Gorenc (Dyson)