Entries by Tyler Duvelius

Statewide poll of conservative voters shows overwhelming support for clean energy policies

3 in 4 conservatives support protecting individual land owner’s rights to lease their land Columbus, OHIO – In a poll released today by the Ohio Conservative Energy Forum (OHCEF), conservative voters throughout the state overwhelmingly supported public policies that encourage greater production of renewable energy. Among the key findings: Two-thirds of Ohio conservatives believe that […]

Mike Hartley: Ohio Conservatives Value Renewable Energy

The following Op-Ed appeared in The Columbus Dispatch on Monday, February 5, 2018. Job creation. Economic growth. Property rights. These priorities have long been at the heart of conservative policymaking because they enrich our communities with opportunity and help individuals and families pursue the American dream on their own terms. Right now, Ohio has an […]

OHCEF releases statewide survey showing conservative voters overwhelmingly support clean energy policies

Columbus, OHIO – Today, the Ohio Conservative Energy Forum (OHCEF) released a statewide poll Ohio Conservative Energy Forum Survey Key showing conservative voters throughout the state overwhelmingly support public policies that encourage greater production of renewable energy and increasing energy efficiency, including renewable energy standards and revising wind setback rules. The poll was conducted by […]

Media Statement SB 238

For Immediate Release December 6, 2017 The Ohio Conservative Energy Forum today issued the following statement from Tyler Duvelius, Ohio Conservative Energy Forum Board and Leadership Council Member, in response to State Senator Matt Dolan’s (R-Chagrin Falls) introduction of Senate Bill 238 – legislation to fix Ohio’s wind setback policy. “We applaud Senator Dolan for […]