Manufacturers Explain Why Proposed FERC Energy Tax Hurts Ohioans

In this op-ed published December 10 in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Ryan Augsburger, OMA Vice President & Managing Director of Public Policy Services, explains why a rule change proposed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is bad for Ohioans.

Augsburger wrote: “If enacted, the proposed rule change would deal a serious blow to America’s manufacturing competitiveness by requiring consumers to pay more for electricity to prop up some utilities’ uneconomic power plants owned by certain utilities looking for a bailout.”  12/13/2017