Moving Cincinnati Forward to 100% Renewable Energy by 2035

Project Details

Cincinnati had tried for years to implement a clean energy program, but cost and ability to implement held it back. In 2017, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley joined the Mayors for 100% Clean Energy initiative, declaring Cincinnati will use 100% clean, renewable energy by 2035. The City of Cincinnati released a nation-wide, comprehensive RFP for clean energy bids the following year. After an extensive RFP process, Creekwood Energy was selected over 66 firms to be the City of Cincinnati’s Renewable Energy Partner.

Our Solution

Reduce Cincinnati’s carbon footprint by:
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Upgrading existing energy infrastructure (no additional operating cost)

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Adding new, renewable energy- fixed rate Ohio-based solar

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Grow the Local Economy

We believe it’s wrong to rip up this planet and leave it worse for our kids.

John Cranley

Mayor of Cincinnati

The Results

2-10MW

GENERATED CITY ONSITE SOLAR

Energy efficiency equipment upgrades and rooftop solar completed by 2021

100MW

GENERATED CITY OFFSITE SOLAR

100% Interconnection by 12/31/21

$30M+

OHIO TAXES GENERATED

Over the life of the total project

30%

IN ENERGY SAVINGS

Projected savings of combined solar & existing equipment upgrades

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