STUDY: Billions in Ohio Consumers Savings At Risk As Utilities Secure Costly Riders, Start Push to Eliminate Consumer Choice
Ohio consumers have saved a total of nearly $24 billion over the past 8 years by choosing their electricity suppliers in a deregulated market, but efforts by the state’s investor-owned utility companies are chipping away at those savings as the threat to reregulate energy markets intensifies.
East Cleveland, OH (May 1, 2019) – East Cleveland Public Library became the first library in the state of Ohio to secure a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan to finance energy efficiency
The City of East Cleveland has joined NOPEC’s natural gas aggregation program.
Solon, OH – Residents and small business owners within the Village of Newburgh Heights now have a way to prevent unwanted door-to-door solicitors. The city has partnered with NOPEC (Northeast Ohio
Residents and small business owners within Alliance city limits now have a way to prevent unwanted door-to-door solicitors. Read about it in our latest blog to learn more.
Want to know how a local Solon company was able to upgrades their headquarters' energy-efficiency using NOPEC Financing Program? Check out our latest blog to learn more.
The Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC), in conjunction with Bricker & Eckler Attorneys at Law, will be hosting a one-day Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan workshop. Check out our website to learn more.
The City of Cleveland has elected to join the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) electricity aggregation program. Check out our latest blog to learn more.