In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, states will need to make decisions about where and how to invest potential stimulus funding from the federal government to get their economies moving again.
Focusing stimulus spending on deployment and manufacturing of advanced energy technologies can generate economic activity and create good jobs for Ohioans.
This report focuses on one way in which government stimulus dollars could be put to work in the state of Ohio – investment in advanced energy technologies.
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An investment of $25 billion in advanced energy technologies would:
- Add $264 billion to the Ohio economy;
- Create 1.7 million new jobs (in job years);
- Generate $14.1 billion in annual tax revenue at local and state levels of government; and
- Save consumers over $13.1 billion annually on energy costs.