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Alternative and Renewable Energy in Ohio A LEADER AMONG STATES IN THE GROWING U.S. RENEWABLE ENERGY INDUSTRY . Key Statistics . An advanced energy portfolio standard better than most other states 60,000 workers already in alternative energy manufacturing

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Alternative and Renewable Energy in Ohio

A LEADER AMONG STATES IN THE GROWING U.S. RENEWABLE ENERGY INDUSTRY 

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Key Statistics

  • An advanced energy portfolio standard better than most other states
  • 60,000 workers already in alternative energy manufacturing
  • Advanced transportation facilities with air, ground & water access to most of the U.S.
  • Four universities in Ohio engaged in photovoltaic research
      • The Ohio State University
      • University of Toledo
      • University of Cincinnati
      • Bowling Green State University
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Wind

  • Ohio is a leading supplier for the U.S. wind industry
  • More than 60 companies in the wind turbine supply chain in Ohio manufacture products for the wind industry including :
      • Castings
      • Bearings
      • Gears
  • Base plates
  • Gearbox housings
  • Drive trains
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Solar

  • More than 50 companies in Ohio manufacture products for the solar industry including:
    • Solar installers
    • Instrument controls
    • Solar glass
    • Solar Panels
  • DC-AC inverters
  • Coatings
  • Solar panel washing systems
  • Nanoparticle and nanowire composites
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Biofuels

  • Biodiesel production in Ohio is more than 130 million gallons per year
  • Ethanol production and consumption is more than 1.5 billion liters per year

Fuel Cells

  • More than 800 companies in Ohio are active in the fuel cell supply chain
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Which of the world’s leading companies in advanced and alternative energy have already made Ohio their choice for manufacturing, R&D and commercialization ?

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Fuel Cells

  • GrafTech International: Corporate headquarters moved from Wilmington, Delaware to Parma, Ohio.
  • HydroGen Corporation: Corporate headquarters moved from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Pacific Fuel Cell Company: Based in Southern California, located fuel cell component manufacturing and related R&D in Willoughby, Ohio.
  • Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems: North American fuel cell headquarters based in Canton, Ohio.
  • UltraCell Corporation: Based in California with fuel cell manufacturing facility in Dayton, Ohio
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Wind

  • Parker Hannifin
  • Rotek
  • Sherwin-Williams
  • Timken
  • Molded Fiber Glass Owens-Corning
  • Avon Bearings
  • Eaton
  • Horsburgh & Scott
  • Lubrizol
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Solar

  • MetaMateria Partners, LLC
  • OTB USA, Inc.
  • Owens Corning
  • Parker Hannifin
  • Pilkington North America
  • Solar Fields, LLC
  • Third Sun Solar and Wind Power
  • Vanner
  • Xunlight Corporation
  • Allen Bradley
  • Battelle Memorial Institute
  • Blue Chip Solar & Wind
  • Cornerstone Research Group
  • Dovetail Solar & Wind
  • DuPont Electronic Technologies
  • Emerson Liebert - DC-AC Inverters
  • First Solar, Inc.
  • IBC Solar
  • Innovative Thin Films, LLC
  • Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.
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OHIO…

A leader in new and alternative energy with all the necessary manufacturing skills and resources to grow your business in the U.S. and internationally