While Ohio policymakers question the benefits of renewables and energy efficiency, the nation is undergoing an historic transformation in the way we generate and use energy. The release of the final Clean Power Plan to reduce carbon emissions is accelerating the transition to cleaner, more distributed and efficient forms of energy. At this year’s symposium, you will hear from Megan Ceronsky, Senior Policy Adviser on Climate Change at the White House about the economic benefits of the Clean Power Plan. You will also hear from Richard Kauffman, the Energy Czar of the State of New York, who is leading that State’s “Reforming the Energy Vision” a comprehensive reevaluation of electricity systems and infrastructure. You will also hear from Ohio business leaders and policymakers regarding the opportunities that lie ahead for Ohio energy users and suppliers. If you’re in the energy business or an end user, this symposium is for you.
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About Ohio Advanced Energy Economy...
Advanced energy encompasses all the technologies, products, and services that make energy more secure, clean, and affordable. Electric and plug-in hybrid cars, lightweight composites for airplane bodies, natural gas fueled trucks, high-performance buildings, more efficient industrial processes, and the latest wind, solar, and nuclear technologies – these are all advanced energy, as they use energy more productively, diversify energy sources, and reduce health and environmental costs.
Two of Ohio’s biggest assets are its manufacturing base and institutions of higher learning, which gives the state a leg up in this growing industry. With over 25,000 Ohioans employed in this field, it’s clear advanced energy is helping the state’s economy.
Ohio Advanced Energy Economy is helping create a unified voice for the advanced energy industry.