Columbus, OH-Ohio's Electric Cooperatives and Buckeye Power President and CEO Patrick O'Loughlin was invited to take part in a roundtable discussion with members of the House Energy and Commerce Co
Opening day of the 135th General Assembly started with a shock on the House side as not one but two nominations for House Speaker were announced.
The year 2022 brought a significant increase in inflation and substantial supply chain hurdles for electric cooperatives and the world alike.
Ohio House Republicans scooped up three seats in the November Election, bringing the majority to a historic 67-32 advantage. Similarly, Senate Republicans increased the super majority to 26-7.
In 2023, set a goal to become a 5-Star Co-op!
CEOs from seven Ohio electric cooperatives descended upon the nation’s capital to meet with members of the Ohio Congressional delegation to discuss policy issues facing power generation.