By Krysti Shallenberger, Utility Dive.
- A clean energy ballot initiative in Ohio seeks voters' approval to greenlight $14.3 billion in bonds to be issued over 11 years to fund renewable energy projects, energy storage options and other energy infrastucture.
- Ohio's Attorney General Mike DeWine approved the intiative's language, recognizing it had garnered the minimum required 1,000 signatures necessary to land a spot on the ballot. The initiative proposes an amendment to the Ohio Constitution.
- The bonds would be controlled by the Ohio Energy Initiative Commission, an Ohio-based organization that's incorporated as a limited liability corporation in Delaware, SNL Energy reports.