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Between the Green Ep. 6 – Ohio State Energy Partners

Ep. 6: Updates on Ohio State Energy Partners On this week’s episode, we sat down with Serdar Tufekci, CEO of Ohio State Energy Partners, to take a deeper look at what the university’s newest public-private partnership has planned in terms of campus sustainability. The partnership ...

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Students protest potential energy privatization

Approximately 200 people gathered at the Wexner Plaza and marched through campus to protest the Comprehensive Energy Management project, an ongoing proposal to seek private partners to help manage Ohio State’s energy system. The Comprehensive Energy Management project is an initiative that was first conceived ...

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Campus energy plan enters third phase

Ohio State announced this week that it has laid to rest the lingering question of whether continuing to pursue a potential privatized partnership with an energy management group is worthwhile. With this announcement, the university has given itself the green light to continue its Comprehensive ...

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OSU enters 1st part of plan to privatize energy

It takes a lot of money and resources to power a campus as large as Ohio State’s, but one expert said the privatization of energy isn’t all that different than that of other campus services, like parking. “Energy costs money to produce, to distribute and ...

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