Researcher sees ‘green’ energy as plus in Ohio (Columbus Dispatch)

December 10, 2012 – Columbus, Cleveland and other Ohio cities could keep millions of dollars in their economy by generating more of their energy through such means as wind and solar power, an Ohio State University researcher says. Parwinder Grewal, the director of OSU’s Center for Urban Environment and Economic Development, specifically studied Cleveland. He concluded that renewable-energy sources could help that city save $28.7 million to $1.76 billion annually — money now being spent on imported energy — while reducing its carbon footprint. “Control your destiny,” Grewal said. “The money stays local.”

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