The work of the Ohio Department of Development’s
Office of Energy is focused on leading the
transformation of a new energy economy in Ohio built on the
state’s long history of excellence in manufacturing and
innovation. To this end, the Office of Energy administers many
federal and state-funded programs and provides technical
assistance on clean energy technologies to improve the
competitiveness of Ohio businesses and to enhance the quality of
life of residential customers.
Among these programs is the Energy Efficiency Program
for Manufacturers, which is a multi-phase energy
efficiency program that helps Ohio manufacturers reduce costs
through facilitation services and financial assistance that
diagnose, plan, and implement cost-effective energy improvements
at their facilities.
Energy Industries of Ohio works closely with the State of
Ohio to provide these services through the Ohio Center for
Industrial Energy Efficiency.
Here to learn more about the Program and for the links that
will allow you to register on-line.