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Constellation, an Exelon company, is a leading competitive electric supplier of products and services for homes across the United States and Canada. Over the past two years, Constellation’s commercial and industrial customers have reduced their CO2 emissions by about 75,432 metric tons (or 166,299,142 lbs) through the energy company’s Efficiency Made …Read More

The retail electricity provider, FTR Services has announced its entrance into Ohio’s deregulated electricity and natural gas market.
Jumping on the cleaner energy bandwagon, the company promises to supply affordable clean-burning natural gas and 100% green electricity to customers in deregulated areas across the state that opt for its services. Customers will also receive a 5% …Read More

Ohio sees massive growth in wind energy - Tuesday, April 24, 2012

A growing number of Ohio residents have been pushing for more renewable electricity in the past few years, and now it seems the state is seeing some results.

Renewable electricity provider North American Power announced recently that it has begun offering its services in parts of Ohio.

The latest report from advocacy group Environment Ohio suggests that the state has made substantial progress in promoting the development of renewable electricity.

Kentucky and Ohio set to add new hydro plant - Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Deep in the heart of coal country in northeastern Kentucky and southern Ohio, residents soon will be able to draw electricity from a new hydroelectric plant.

Ohio adds first wind plant - Friday, October 7, 2011

Particularly with a burgeoning clean energy manufacturing sector, Ohio has steadily increased its investment in renewable electricity.

Ohio turning to renewable electricity - Thursday, September 29, 2011

With electricity rates high, Ohio seems to be trending strongly toward newer renewable forms of energy

Two schools in Adams County, Ohio, are reportedly utilizing a solar energy initiative that is allowing them to generate enough power to operate more than 1,000 computers in a single year, limiting electric bills in the process.