Ohio Energy Law and Policy is a complex web of regulations, laws, and administrative decisions. It is constantly evolving, making it difficult for attorneys and advocates to understand how best to represent their communities or their clients in venues like the Public Utilities Commission or Ohio Power Siting Board—or in other venues, such as city councils or the Ohio General Assembly.
But the reality is, energy law and policy dictates the future of climate action in Ohio.
Through our Ohio Energy Law & Policy Primer, the Ohio Environmental Council will outline the recent history of Ohio’s energy world, from deregulation in the early 2000s to the RPS and EE standards of 2009, onward to House Bill 6 and its aftermath in 2019 and 2020 as well as even more recent developments, like Senate Bill 52 passed under the 134th General Assembly. Through it all, we will explain the way state agencies like the Public Utilities Commission, the Ohio Power Siting Board, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and other governmental entities create a complex network of decision-making over the energy sector.
Ohio Energy Law & Policy Primer
Where: Via Zoom, or join us at the OEC Offices (1145 Chesapeake Ave, Suite I, Columbus, OH 43212)
When: 5pm to 6:30pm, April 12, 2023
Additional Details: If you join us in-person at the OEC Office, food will be provided.