Kandlyn Collins for the Ohio University Compass Aug 5, 2014
Adrienne Cornwall Jul 14, 2014
Story via The Columbus Dispatch, Scott Miller quoted
Laura Arenschield Jul 6, 2014
Sheraton Hotel at Capitol Square 75 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio
Sun, Sep 21 8:00 AM
Attendee at the September 2013 Energy Workshop. Photo credit: Brice Nihiser.
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Remember to check out workshop and webinar materials from past CE3 events here: http://www.ohio.edu/ce3/ghgrp/.
The Program Basics
The information you need to get started or to brush up on the basics.
Energy Efficiency Best Practices
These resources will help you determine which energy-saving initiatives are best for your organization by exploring other organizations’ achievements and successes.
Clean Technology Capital Formation/Financing Options
Have an idea that needs financial backing? See where the funding is coming from and who the successful recipients and industries are.
Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Projects
A myriad of resources track renewable energy and energy efficiency (EERE) projects and generation. For more information about implementing EERE projects at your organization, here are just a few of the agencies, organizations and reports that specialize in EERE projects.
Ohio's Emission Reporting Programs and Information
Many large emitters in Ohio are familiar with the state’s existing emission reporting programs. The new federal reporting program will be similar in some ways, but has its own methodology and reporting protocols. The links above and below cover both programs.
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