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Ohio Inland Flooding

In Ohio, nearly 400,000 people are living in areas at elevated risk of inland flooding.



Buckeye Power and its 24 member co-ops are committed to safe, reliable, affordable, and economically sustainable power production that is also environmentally responsible. Ohio’s co-ops take a balanced approach to renewable energy. While we continue to support and utilize affordable coal-fired generation for the bulk of our power, Buckeye Power and its member cooperatives have made significant investments in renewable energy on behalf of Ohio co-op families.



It’s time for Ohio to invest in our future and act on climate. Relying on fossil fuels to produce electricity – such as coal, oil, and natural gas – exposes our communities to dangerous pollution and directly fuels the climate crisis.


Choosing a Renewable Energy System and Installer

The first step in any home or business energy conservation effort should be to implement methods to reduce your current energy consumption and make your home or business energy efficient. Once you have conducted an energy assessment/energy audit and have implemented recommended improvements such as additional insulation, windows, Energy Star appliances, etc., the installation of a renewable energy system can be next on your energy savings journey.


Ohio Voters Support a Green Energy Future

Despite policymakers continued attempts to stifle Ohio’s renewable energy economy, a representative survey conducted by Climate Nexus, Yale University Program on Climate Change Communication, and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication found that Ohio voters support a broad array of policies to address climate change and increase renewable energy production. Ohio voters want government action that reflects this support.



Renewable energy derives power from naturally and consistently occurring resources such as sunlight, wind, waves, and tides, the running water of a river, or the natural heat of the earth. Electricity or heat energy generated from renewable resources is more sustainable because it does not rely on a finite supply of fossil fuel such as coal and natural gas, or uranium that fuels nuclear plants. Renewable energy resources are a viable alternative to fossil fuels and the transition to more renewable power has already begun in Ohio and across the globe.