Leave Ohio's renewables standard alone, advocates say

A plan in the Ohio General Assembly to review the state's renewable power portfolio could drive away investors and jeopardize wind-power development in the state, renewable-energy advocates said. "People stop moving forward, deals slow down because of the legislative uncertainty," said Steve Caminati, vice president of public affairs for Advanced Energy Economy Ohio.

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