Shading Out Solar in Ohio Valley

In Kentucky, West Virginia, and Ohio, weak or nonexistent state policies make it harder for residents and businesses to afford to install a solar system and make it less likely that the region will attract jobs and economic benefits associated with this fast-growing industry. And as electricity bills continue to shoot up, boosting the ability of individuals, businesses and municipalities to invest in solar could help them control their energy costs. Ohio Valley ReSource reporter Brittany Patterson explores the opportunities being lost in a region sorely in need of jobs and lower electric bills. Check out the full OVR story for more details and helpful graphics.

Politics & Policy
Renewable Energy