A recent report, “Powering Ohio: A Vision for Growth and Innovative Energy Investment,” produced by Synapse Energy Economics in partnership with Case Western Reserve University’s Great Lakes Energy Institute, argues that the state is well positioned to thrive in green energy, due to its status as a “manufacturing powerhouse,” its presence of “dozens of corporate and federal research-and-development centers;” and the 20,000 science, technology, engineering and math students graduating from Ohio colleges and universities.

GEM Energy is a member of the Powering Ohio Advisory Council. Read more about Ohio’s “power play” from Crain’s Cleveland Business.