Researchers suggest new direction for Ohio green jobs

Amanda Weinstein

Researchers with the college’s Swank  Program on Urban-Rural Policy envision a new direction for Ohio’s green economy: Instead of playing “follow the leader” in developing wind and solar farms, they suggest Ohio put its resources toward developing new storage and transmission technologies — real gaps in the nation’s use of green energy. See the college news release, with a video of researcher Amanda Weinstein explaining their position, at, or download the policy brief, “Making Green Jobs Work for Ohio,” at

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