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Investors Hope Ohio Returns to a Commitment of Supporting Clean Energy

AUGUST 5, 2015: Crain’s Cleveland Business recently published an Op-ed which is co-authored by Brianna Murphy, Trillium’s Vice President of Shareholder Advocacy and Stu Dalheim, Vice President of Shareholder Advocacy at Calvert Investments.
The column says, in part:
“This fall, Ohio’s elected leaders have an opportunity to put common sense, cost-saving clean energy policies back in place. In 2014, the General Assembly and the governor decided to freeze Ohio’s successful renewable-energy and energy-efficiency standards by passing Senate Bill 310…
…As lawmakers prepare their recommendations for the legislature and consider future legislation, we urge them to listen to businesses and investors and strongly support reinstating and strengthening Ohio’s clean energy and efficiency policies. They are good for business, good for ratepayers, good for public health and good for Ohio”.
You can read the entire Op-ed here.


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