As noted by Kathi Kowalski in her article in Midwest Energy News from our event:
“Ohio businesses can achieve high energy efficiency and save huge amounts of money with combined heat and power (CHP), say industry leaders who attended an EnergyOhio Network program on Wednesday.
However, speakers and program attendees say, Ohio’s regulatory and legislative landscape have made it harder for businesses to reap those benefits.”
It appears the timing, topics, and talent (in speakers and in the audience) lead to an amazing and important set of conversations that continued on long after the official event closed. With over 60 energy practitioners from across Ohio covering virtually all aspects of technology and applications, the views were diverse in all aspects other than the importance of seeing DG-CHP growing as a barometer on how well our state is moving toward a sustainable energy future.
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Video interviews from the event:
Kathleen Kowalski – Midwestern Energy News
Filipe Gomes – CWRU – FGC Plasma Solutions
Andy Thomas – CSU Energy Policy Center
Presentations from the event: