The Ohio legislature passed a bill which allowed communities to make Ohio renewable energy standards optional.
The present standard calls on Ohio utilities to secure 12.5 percent of their power from renewable sources and increase their efficiency by 22.5 percent by 2025.
However, Governor John Kasich vetoed the bill saying he liked the idea of many fuel sources.
Renewables are still not competitive with natural gas and coal based electrical power.
Wow, and some people actually wanted to replace Donald Trump with John Kasich. I believe the person that wanted that the most was Kasich.
The source of this posting is E&E News.