CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Conservative Ohio voters, whether Independent or Republican, are tired of utilities asking for special charges for coal and nuclear power plants, support mandatory energy-efficiency programs, favor home solar systems and are willing to pay higher monthly bills for renewable energy.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Ohio Public Utilities Commission on Wednesday ordered the state's utilities to start setting aside the estimated savings from a reduction in federal corporate taxes from 35 percent to 21 percent. Those savings, the commission reasoned, should go to utility customers because by state law, the PUCO allows the regulated companies to "recover" expenses, including federal taxes, from their customers.
Refugees flee across the border from South Sudan, where civil war and genocide have plagued the world’s youngest country since shortly after it declared its independence from Sudan in 2011. Unrest and ethnic violence have left thousands dead and many more without homes. Two rebel groups wage open war against a government dominated almost entirely by the Dinka ethnicity, which accounts for only 35 percent of the east African nation’s total population.
You are quoting 2016 stats. It's a good bet that those percentages have changed. In 2016 none of the 12+ gas turbines planned for OH were operating. There are two 1,000-mg plants running now. A 3rd about to begin. Power flows into OH from the regional transmission lines. https://twitter.com/BrianVJarvis/status/951547510748794885
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Selecting a term
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