Taylor K. Smith Sep 29, 2014
Article originally published in Ohio University Compass
Sep 29, 2014
Kandlyn Collins for the Ohio University Compass Aug 5, 2014
The economic health of Ohio depends upon an ability to build and maintain strong and resilient communities that support the energy infrastructure for the 21st century. These communities will rely heavily upon Ohio’s capacity to attract, retain and grow private-sector alternative energy companies. In an age of ever-diminishing resources, communities and businesses are looking at installing and promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy (EERE) measures to make their budgets stretch even further.
With grant funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), CE3 is working to provide a suite of energy-related services and information to the businesses, communities and local governments engaged in Appalachian Ohio’s energy future. For more information on the energy resources available to you, click on the links below.
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Listing of EERE and economic development resources.