Ohio Utilities Rank in the Top 10 for Solar Power

If the Federal gov’t will not develop infrastructure then the states need to step in. Kudos for Ohio!

The Solar Electric Power Association’s (SEPA) sixth annual Utility Solar Rankings report analyzes the amount of new solar power interconnected by U.S. electric utilities in 2012. Notably, Ohio tied with Hawaii for the state that contributed the most utilities to the Watt-per-Customer Top 10 list, each contributing three. The municipal utility for the City of St. Marys (OH) ranked first nationally with nearly 563 watts per customer. The city owns 2.3 MW of a 3.6 MW solar project that is located in the City of Napoleon, OH. Ohio is a newcomer to the rankings, driven by solar initiatives from American Municipal Power, the municipal generation and transmission provider based in Columbus.


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