AEP Equipment Charging Incentives AEP Ohio’s powerful incentives can help you offer electric vehicle charging at your workplace, government facility, multifamily complex or other publicly available charging location.
Try out this really cool site, taking advantage of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA): Rewiring America
Solar Energy Questions and Answers for Wayne County Ohio
The City of Canton Recycling Program offers recycling of a variety of items, including tires, appliances and electronics. The service is FREE for residents of Wayne, Stark and Tuscarawas counties.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) offers many resources and ideas concerning sustainable and renewable energy, including an extensive curriculum for STEM classes.
The U.S. Department of Energy provides a solar calculator, letting you put in details of your location and needs. It also includes incentives and the break-even point.
The Solar Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase understanding of solar energy through strategic research and education that transform markets.
Several web sites offer instructions and materials for do-it-yourself renewable projects. For example, Mother Earth News and Sun Electronics and Real Goods.
Green World Rising is a series of short films on the state of climate and solutions to the climate crisis. All the films of Green World Rising are for global distribution and free to the public.
Plug Share site locates public and high-power EV charging stations across the Americas, including Wooster!
AEP Energy will donate $30 to GEO for 100% wind electricity plan enrollment. Click below to find out if you can participate in the For the Greener Goodprogram. (7.99 cents/kWh through December, 2014 billing cycle; variable thereafter.)
USDA Rural Energy for America Program - Energy Audit and Renewable Energy Development Assistance Grant Program. Eligible projects include biomass, geothermal, hydrogen, solar, wind, and hydroelectric. Check web site for application dates.
Ohio NRCS Conservation Programs
NRCS' conservation programs help people reduce soil erosion, enhance water supplies, improve water quality, increase wildlife habitat, and reduce damages caused by floods and other natural disasters. NRCS provides funding opportunities for agricultural producers and other landowners through these programs. Public benefits include enhanced natural resources that help sustain agricultural productivity and environmental quality while supporting continued economic development, recreation, and scenic beauty.
Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy
Federal Tax Credits for fuel efficient vehicles
Inside EVs everything you need to know about electric vehicles.
PVWatts Calculator tool to estimate the electricity you can generate with a solar array.
AEP Ohio: Residential rebates
AEP Ohio: Business incentives
EPA: Climate Change
Green Energy Ohio (GEO) Join GEO in the growing American coalition supporting 50 percent clean energy by 2030. It’s time for climate action. For too long the conversation has stalled on climate change denial and it’s our responsibility to talk about solutions. America should be a leader in creating a clean energy economy and drive toward the goal of 50 percent clean energy by 2030. Together we can turn this great challenge into a great opportunity. Join the #50by30 coalition and help us change the conversation.
Recycling Programs for Homes & Organizations
WCSEN Re-Energize Our Community Grant Proposal
WCSEN Re-Energize Our Community Presentation
How much greenhouse gas do you produce?
Video: Benefits of electric cars
Ohio Interfaith Power and Light (OhIPL)
Keep Ohio Beautiful Make a Difference Day: National Day
of Doing Good
The Breathing Earth real-time simulation
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Water From water properties to water biomes, watersheds, erosion, pollution, conservation, water and climate change to valuable teaching resources.
A little news info from the UK about understanding sustainability of electric cars.
Green Car Cruise-In
EV Charging Station at Local Roots
Armstrong Building, Wayne County Fair