October 26 -- The Michigan-Ohio State football rivalry is fierce and longstanding. Though the Buckeyes were crowned national champions last year in football, Ohio fumbled big time on energy. This year, Michigan has the chance to avoid that blunder.
Ohio made a bad call last spring when Gov. John Kasich and Ohio’s General Assembly froze the state’s energy efficiency and renewable energy standards. The move undeniably shackled the state’s clean energy economy. Now, more than a year later, Kasich has drastically changed his tune, calling a continued freeze “unacceptable.”
Why did Kasich have a change of heart? Because he’s witnessed firsthand that freezing Ohio’s energy standards has halted economic investment in renewable energy sources, and hurt businesses and families who rely on affordable and clean power. >>View Article