Collaborating Partners

Building Partnerships

Ohio Energy Resources builds on the strong partnership of Ohio University and The Ohio State University. Our combined efforts, expertise and resources make this a truly Ohio-focused project.

Ohio University

Ohio University is the state's oldest institution of higher education, and as a result of its location within the coal-bearing and electric-generating region of Ohio, it has positioned energy and environmental restoration at the center of its academic and research mission.

The Voinovich School: The work of the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs is focused in three main areas: Energy and the Environment, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, and Policy Innovation and Strategic Leadership.

Center for Air Quality: Located within the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, the Ohio University Center for Air Quality fosters interdisciplinary applied research and education related to air quality issues.

The Ohio State University

The Ohio State University is the largest public university in the nation and has many programs dedicated to advancing the science, technology and policies associated with energy management and climate change mitigation.

John Glenn School of Public Affairs: The John Glenn School of Public Affairs conducts technical assistance activities to assist state, local, federal, non-profit agencies and legislative bodies to address their management and policy problems.

Center for Resilience: The Center for Resilience is an interdisciplinary research center, based in the College of Engineering, whose mission is to strengthen the resilience and sustainability of industrial systems and the environments in which they operate.

External Partners

Additional collaborating partners on this project include talented professionals at the Millennium Institute and High Road Strategies, LLC who assisted in the research, analysis and modeling efforts.

Greenhouse Gas Inventory

Where are Ohio’s major sources of greenhouse gas emissions?
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Federal Policy Review

How could federal carbon policies affect Ohio?
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State Policy Options

Which carbon strategies could Ohio pursue?
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Modeling Scenarios

What are the economic consequences of carbon policies on Ohio?
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