Entries by Josh Moore

Solar Influencer: Larry Falkin

“Solar is a good investment, in most cases saving the resident significantly more than it costs, and it adds to the value of the resident’s home. Solar installations boost the local economy by creating jobs for installers, and clean Cincinnati’s air by reducing the need for coal-fired power plants. And solar panels reduce greenhouse gas […]

Press Release: KY-PACE First Project

For immediate release Covington, KY (December 15, 2015) For the first time in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, a local government (City of Covington) has authorized a private property owner (Ivy Knoll Senior Living Community) to use PACE financing for an energy project, according to the Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance. In March 2015, the Kentucky General […]

Energy Efficiency on and International Scale: Egypt

On October 2nd, we had an opportunity to speak with visitors from Egypt about Greater Cincinnati’s successes with energy efficiency and renewable energy. This was our second presentation to international visitors as part of the U.S. Department of State’s International Leadership Program hosted locally by the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council. Andy Holzhauser, our CEO, and Chris Meyer, […]

Solarize Cincy Campaign

Jumpstarting Greater Cincinnati’s Solar Industry Solar power is going mainstream. Our Solarize Cincy campaign is intended to help grow the demand for solar in Greater Cincinnati by getting residents, businesses, and local governments excited about the new, modern solar. Solar prices have dropped 73% in the past 10 years, so we believe now is a great time to help the […]

In the News: Solarize Cincy Launch at the Cincinnati Zoo

We’ve been in the news lately due to our Solarize Cincy launch event at the Cincinnati Zoo on October 1st. A special thanks to our local news outlets for sharing our story with their viewers. Our coverage: A nuts-and-bolts report on our Solarize Cincy program by WKRC Local 12’s Scott Dimmich Energy Alliance CEO Andy Holzhauser interviewed […]

How Much Energy Do We Use? Back to the Future Edition!

We’re spotlighting some energy-usage comparisons developed by the Department of Energy (DOE) in their interactive online infographic – How Much to Energy do you Use? While some people may prefer to think about energy usage in terms of cars off the road or trees planted, the DOE has a little more fun with the concept. How about […]