A bill proposed in Ohio promises to generate $5.6 billion in gross economic output and over $400 million in local tax revenues, said a report from Ohio University.
Longi Solar is combining forces with solar developer Invenergy to build a 5 GW/year solar module manufacturing facility in Pataskala, Ohio.
The rooftop solar system paves the way for the Ohio dealership to go 75% sustainable energy in the coming years with on-site power generation.
Solar currently provides less than 1% of Ohio’s electrical needs. That is expected to change, however, as nearly 8.8 GW of mostly utility-scale solar is expected to be installed over the next five years, making Ohio one of the top five solar states in the country.
Also on the rise: Bipartisan group files to repeal solar tariff moratorium. Town recoups $2.3 million in back taxes with solar on a landfill. And more.
The Oak Run solar project developed by Savion would create over 3,000 construction jobs and generate up to $504 million in tax revenue over its lifespan, 60% of which would fund local school districts.
IMC Solar, a local engineering contractor, will install the watershed preservation district’s solar systems at six or more office locations.
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