Ohio's Energy Efficiency Program

The state of Ohio has a comprehensive energy policy focused on providing a diverse mix of reliable, low-cost energy sources. Part of this strategy is improving the energy efficiency of Ohio businesses, communities, and schools.

The Energy Efficiency Program helps businesses, manufacturers, nonprofits, schools, and local governments reduce energy use and improve energy efficiency – resulting in lower energy costs. 

The program consists of four phases:

  • Identification of energy use and costs
  • Development of an energy plan
  • Installation of energy efficiency measures
  • Measurement and verification of energy savings

Additional energy efficiency funding assistance can be accessed through Ohio’s Loan Loss Reserve program which offers credit enhancement to eligible Ohio Port Authorities as they originate loans for projects that make businesses’ and nonprofits’ facilities more energy efficient.

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