GRANTS: funding for Ohio renewable energy grants are closed for 2010-11 year!
Find out more information - Ohio Dept. of Development's Office of Energy Efficiency

US Federal Tax Credits of 30% are available to residential and commercial systems.

Check out Federal funding from USDA's Rural Development USDA's Grants for Renewable Energy for up to 25% or your system project

The Green Energy Ohio - web site explains these and many other renewable energy incentives.
Come visit us at the Farm Science Review.
September 20-22, 2011
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday

Ohio State's 2,100-acre Molly Caren Agricultural Center is located two miles north of London on U.S. Route 40.

We are located at: TBA

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Map to the review and the exhibit area

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Clean Power FinanceGSS board announced new financial solutions. Nathan Green COO, reports "The greatest importance to making solar energy available is financing. This is putting the cookies on the bottom shelf." GSS has partnered with Clean Power Finance to provide low interest rates to qualified buyers. Virgil Green, CEO, said "Clean Power Finance offers the lowest Green Loan rates anywhere in the US. Buyers can get 6.5 -6.99% financing on 15 year unsecured loans." Whether you're concerned about global warming, rising utility costs, the economy, or foreign policy, Greens Solar Solutions can help you save money while making a difference.

Press Release


Oncor Launches Solar Photovoltaic Incentive Program to Support Solar Industry, Create Jobs and Save Energy

Oncor -

Today, Oncor officially launched its first solar power initiative, the Take A Load Off, TexasSM Solar Photovoltaic Incentive Program (Solar PV Program), to encourage expansion of solar energy in Texas, create new jobs for experienced installation experts, and make solar systems more accessible.

Oncor's Solar PV Program offers cash incentives to qualified homeowners, businesses and governments to add solar photovoltaic power systems. Oncor expects to install about 1,400 new solar systems through this $16 million, four-year program. Only homes, businesses and government buildings served by Oncor are eligible for the incentive program.

"The Take A Load Off, TexasSM, Solar PV Incentive Program is an exciting and innovative project, the first of its kind for Oncor. With so much interest in the solar power industry at the state and national level, Oncor's Solar PV Program is the right idea at the right time, " said Michael Stockard, Oncor'sDirector of Energy Efficiency Programs.

Oncor will pay an incentive of $2.46 per DC watt up to a maximum of $24,600 for each residential installation and up to $246,000 for all other installations. Most residential solar panel projects range from 1 to 10 kilowatts, while business and government installations may receive incentives for projects up to 100 kilowatts. Larger installations will be considered.

Oncor's Solar PV Program is one of 12 new programs Oncor plans to offer this year to promote renewable energy and encourage energy efficiency. With the implementation of these new programs, Oncor will administer a total of 31 programs that encourage energy efficiency. As a result, Oncor will operate one of the largest energy efficiency initiatives sponsored by a regulated utility in Texas.

"Oncor is committed to helping consumers find creative ways to save energy, protect the environment and reduce emissions," Stockard said. "Consumers and businesses are interested in solar power and want to learn more. The Solar PV Program will help consumers understand the benefits of installing and operating a solar PV system."

In November 2008, the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association honored Oncor for its leadership in developing the Solar PV Program for the Texas market. For more information on Solar PV and other Oncor energy efficiency programs, visit or call 1.866.728.3674.
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Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC is a regulated electric distribution and transmission business that uses superior asset management skills to provide reliable electricity delivery to consumers. Oncor operates the largest distribution and transmission system in Texas, delivering power to 3 million electric delivery points over more than 102,000 miles of distribution and 14,000 miles of transmission lines. While Oncor is owned by a limited number of investors (including majority owner, Energy Future Holdings Corp.), Oncor is managed by its Board of Directors, which is comprised of a majority of independent directors.

Carol Peters

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