Ohio Green Energy Policy Conference April 7, 2016 Hosted by GEO

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Thursday, April 7, 2016 (8:30 am – 5:00 pm)
Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
2210 Fred Taylor Drive, 
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

AGENDAExpert speakers on over a dozen policy issues (See Agenda as .pdf)

Green Energy Ohio (GEO) conducted it’s first-ever, in-depth, all-day Policy Conference on key green energy policy issues on Thursday, April 7, 2016.  The Conference featured issues affecting the everyday actions of the Buckeye state’s community leaders, professionals, policy makers, business owners, media, educators and students.  Networking opportunities across this spectrum of attendees made the policy conference a unique venue for all involved in “lessons learned” dialogues about successes, barriers and new opportunities.  See the Winter 2016 GEO News Magazine on Ohio Green Energy Policy: Key Issues for 2016  ♦  Who Should Attend  ♦  Event Flyer  ♦  Directions  ♦ Parking ♦  Sponsors & Exhibits  ♦  2015 GEO Annual Awards ♦ News Release 3.26.16

This all-day conference on Ohio green energy policies included discussion of these key issues:

Logo on 4-H PhotoFEDERAL POLICY:

Act on Climate – Build 50% Clean Energy in America by 2030; Support the US EPA Clean Power Plan; Promote the Extended Tax Credits for Solar and Wind

STATE POLICY:

Restore Ohio’s renewable energy and energy efficiency standards; Establish reasonable Ohio wind farm set-backs; Insure fair renewable energy net-metering rules

LOCAL COMMUNITY POLICY:

Community Choice Aggregation Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Community Solar; Solar Cooperatives (OH-SUN); Voluntary Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)

See GEO 2016 Policy Agenda and GEO Policy Statements

CONFERENCE PARTNER
NextGen Climate
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SPONSORS
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EXHIBITORS

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Community Leaders
  • Clean Energy Professionals
  • Policy Makers
  • Business Owners
  • Media
  • Educators & Students
  • Sponsor Opportunities for Selected Speakers on Conference Agenda
  • Read more here

SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES

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