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The Energy Committee works on energy efficiency, encouraging communities to commit to Ready for 100% Renewable Energy, works on state energy policies with the Public Utilities Commission, and helps with Energy Aggregation campaigns.

Energy Aggregation (also known as Community Choice Aggregation) is a great way for a city to collectively negotiate for lower-cost clean, renewable energy. Ohioans have saved hundreds of millions of dollars using energy aggregation. A community can select the power source and get solar or wind power. Contact us if you would like to learn more about this!

Energy Aggregation

More than 20 communities in Hamilton County have already voted to implement energy aggregation programs, and with your support, Blue Ash could be next. Please join us at our next virtual meeting, on

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NOPE Update – OPSB Rehearing is a No Go

At their meeting on Feb. 20, 2020 the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) ruled AGAINST granting a Rehearing to the applicants- Neighbors Opposed to Pipeline Extension (NOPE), the City of Cincinnati, Hamilton County,

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Update – Duke Pipeline Extension

In the Duke Pipeline Extension case, the Administrative Law Judge made a ruling on Friday, Jan. 17th to give more time for the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) to review the Applications for

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Pipeline Ruling for Duke

On Nov. 21st, Duke Ohio won a long-awaited ruling from the Ohio Power Siting Board to put in a 20” diameter High Pressure Natural Gas Pipeline starting in northern Hamilton County and ending

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Energy Committee Update November 2019

We have a regular monthly Energy Committee meeting, but during December the Miami Group Energy Committee is deferring to January, and instead we hope people will attend the Ohio Chapter Energy Summit in

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Energy Aggregation

More than 20 communities in Hamilton County have already voted to implement energy aggregation programs, and with your support, Blue Ash could be next. Please

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Pipeline Ruling for Duke

On Nov. 21st, Duke Ohio won a long-awaited ruling from the Ohio Power Siting Board to put in a 20” diameter High Pressure Natural Gas

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