OMA to Brief Local Chambers on Ohio’s Renewable Energy Law

The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association and Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy are hosting a telebriefing this week for Ohio chambers of commerce to explain the economic benefits of the state’s existing clean energy regulations and why OMA opposes pending efforts to undermine the law.

The manufacturing association, which represents many of the state’s largest energy users, believes that the state’s existing renewable energy law helps businesses save money on their utility bills and increases their competitive advantage. OMA opposes SB 58, a pending proposal to undermine the law, and is co-hosting a briefing call with CICE on Wednesday, November 6th to talk with Ohio chambers about the benefits of the state’s existing renewable law.

A fact sheet from the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association is here.