Ohio Energy Mandates Study Committee Says State's Renewable and Energy Efficiency Standards Should Remain Frozen

From Columbus Business First:
Ohio's renewable and energy efficiency standards should remain frozen – indefinitely. 
That's the recommendation from the Energy Mandates Study Committee, a 12-person legislative committee that studied the state's clean-energy standards enacted in 2008. 
In an interview this month, committee member Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, hinted at the outcome. 
“I don’t think we’re likely to resume our march up Mandate Mountain, but I also don’t think we’re going to repeal where we are right now,” he said. “Let things unfold the next three years due to turbulence created by the U.S. EPA.”
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