Buckeye Power’s economic development team provides a wide array of services for the 25 electric cooperatives and their local communities.
Buckeye Power’s members range in size and complexity from local family-owned businesses to Fortune 500 industrial manufacturing plants with peak power loads of 40 megawatts.
Businesses and facilities proudly served by Buckeye Power and its member cooperatives include:
- Three Honda of America manufacturing plants including the Marysville Auto Plant, Anna Engine Plant, and Honda Transmission
- The Kroger Great Lakes Distribution Center, which encompasses 860,000-square-feet, employs 800 associates, serves 260 Kroger stores, and annually distributes 1.3 million tons of product
- The Iams Pet Food’s Leipsic manufacturing plant for dry pet food, one of only four US plants
- The Avon Products, Inc. distribution center, which handles more than 50% of Avon’s US distribution
- Ohio Fresh Eggs, which houses 2.2 million laying hens and helps Ohio rank 2nd nationally in egg production
Contact Dennis Mingyar, director of economic development, at 614.430.7876 or email@example.com for assistance with the following services:
- Building and site information
- Introductions to local, regional and state officials
- Local permitting, development and economic development contacts
- Research, rate and load calculations
- Energy efficiency and conservation consultation
- Questline, a technical service that provides energy advice quickly and easily through the “Ask an Expert” hotline and twice-montly newsletters
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEWSLETTER
Stay up-to-date on development news in rural Ohio with Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives Current — our economic development newsletter.
To receive Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives Current by email, please contact Dennis Mingyar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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JobsOhio Site and Building Database
Looking to locate your business in Ohio?
JobsOhio, the Buckeye State’s private, nonprofit economic development organization, maintains a searchable database of certified sites and buildings.
Click here to access JobsOhio’s database.