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The Ohio Attorney General certified the fourth submission of The Ohio Clean Energy Initiative, which was previously rejected for lack of signatures (see our prior post Revised Ohio Clean Energy Initiative Rejected by AG).  According to a Columbus Dispatch article,

Similar to past proposals, the issue language approved yesterday calls for the state to issue $13 billion in bonds over 10 years for renewable energy, including biomass, geothermal, solar and battery technology. An Ohio commission incorporated in the state of Delaware would control the money with limited influence from the state government and General Assembly.

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