The Buckeye State’s competitive solar market is increasing in size as the state’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS) continues to rise. With 268 companies in the state dedicated to solar, there are many options for residents to choose from, making the clean energy source affordable and competitive. With several new solar projects up for discussion, Ohio could be a game changing state in the field of renewable energy, this is excellent news for consumers and even utilities that are looking for innovative ways to tap into solar energy production.

Solar Energy News

Current and Recent Initiatives
  • It’s a Bright Future for Solar in Ohio
    There has been monumental growth in solar over the past decade in Ohio, and it’s looking like that trend is going to stick around for the next decade. In a recent report done my Environment Ohio Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group, it states that solar capacity in the state will increase by 2,600% over the next 10 years. The same trend was noticed in wind energy capacity and battery storage.
  • States First Landfill Solar Project Ready for Takeoff
    Columbus-based IGS Solar has developed a 4-megawatt array in Ohio which is ready for business. The 35,520-panel system is eager to start producing clean, renewable energy and will be sold to Cleveland Public Power. It’s predicted to be both environmentally and economically helpful for the city of Cleveland.