Highlighted Posts

Posts in Solar.

Solar company investing $13.5M in expansion in Henry County


Federal energy policy is making many new incentives available for local governments to fund energy-related assets. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), enacted in 2022, established a set of energy-related asset categories that are now being directly subsidized by the federal government. Under the IRA, nearly any advanced or renewable energy asset ...

Bricker & Eckler energy attorneys Kara Herrnstein, Karia Ruffin and Dylan Borchers will present a webinar, Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. EST, to recap an active 2021 year for solar development in Ohio and look ahead to potential development trends and issues in 2022. Topics covered will include a survey of projects at the Ohio Power Siting ...

JPMorgan Chase solar installation at Polaris office is second largest in the world

If passed, recently introduced legislation H.B. 450 permits community solar development in Ohio. Join Bricker & Eckler attorneys Dylan Borchers and Matt Koppitch, Wednesday, December 8, at 10:30 a.m. EST, as they discuss how the proposal works. They will also chat with State Representative Brian Baldridge, one of the bill's sponsors, about ...

Bricker & Eckler energy attorneys Kara Herrnstein and Dylan Borchers will review changes to the utility scale permitting process as a result of Ohio Senate Bill 52 via a webinar, Thursday, August 19, at 10:00 a.m. EDT.

On June 28, 2021, the Ohio General Assembly passed Senate Bill (S.B.) 52, which places new requirements on renewable energy development in Ohio and changes to the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) process. The bill is specific to wind and solar development, and does not place new restrictions on other types of energy development. S.B. 52 currently ...

Many of our school district clients have been approached by wind and solar developers over the years about signing a power purchase agreement (PPA). Developers promise to provide electricity at a fixed or reduced cost with no up-front payment, financing, construction or maintenance burdens. Is it too good to be true, they ask? Maybe not.

First Solar investing $680M to build third Toledo-area factory

Bricker & Eckler Energy attorney Kara Herrnstein will lead a webinar discussion, “Let the Sun Shine in Ohio,” for the Women's Energy Network, Wednesday, April 28, at 12:00 p.m. EDT. Register here >>

Bricker & Eckler has developed a solar resource center, designed specifically for developers trying to understand the processes, challenges and opportunities related to solar development in the broader Great Lakes region.

Six Bricker & Eckler attorneys will be featured as part of HalfMoon Education's live, interactive webinar, "Issues in Ohio Energy and Electric Utility Regulation," Thursday, March 25. For more information, visit the registration page.

Proposed 108-MW Licking County solar field would power Amazon, Google, Facebook

Toledo Solar wins $1.7M federal grant for new solar technology development

New Franklin County solar farm will supply energy to AEP

Hillsboro farm goes solar with 60-panel rooftop installation

AEP signs PPA for planned 200-MW Pickaway County solar project

FERC ruling reverses 40 years of PURPA precedent in defining small solar

Ohio could benefit from more utility-scale solar projects, trade group says

Toledo Solar awarded $200K DOE research grant 

Beavercreek officials discuss adding guidelines for commercial solar farms

$1B Gemini Solar Project will be largest solar project in U.S. history 

With $30M investment, Cuyahoga County could double solar power generation in five years 

University of Toledo joins group promoting emerging solar technology

Cleveland Heights going greener with more solar panels on city buildings

Construction begins on 200-MW solar facility in southeast Ohio

Cleveland startup awarded $1M federal grant for new solar racking system

OSU Extension specialists explain solar farm leasing for landowners

The City of Shelby’s solar energy project, more than two years in the making, is now operational. 

Cleveland planning solar arrays on up to 16 city properties

NASA study finds huge solar potential for Cleveland

Air Force awards $7.4M grant to UT for solar cell project

On August 5, 2019, the City of Shelby passed legislation to construct a solar energy project that was more than two years in the making. Shelby entered into a series of agreements with AEP OnSite Partners, LLC for a 2.5 MW solar array which will be located on 14 acres of property. 

Land found for 150-MW Putnam County solar farm

Warren County park solar project also combats pollinator habitat loss

OPSB approves 150-MW Willowbrook Solar Farm construction 

Campbell school district plans solar project


Briefing on solar energy development set for Champaign and Miami Counties

AEP’s planned Highland County solar farms a welcome boost for southern Ohio

Search this Blog

Media Contact

Key Authors

Recent Posts

Jump to Page

Necessary Cookies

Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as security, network management, and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions.

Analytical Cookies

Analytical cookies help us improve our website by collecting and reporting information on its usage. We access and process information from these cookies at an aggregate level.