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Governor DeWine Appoints Sam Randazzo to Chair PUCO

On February 4th, Governor Mike DeWine appointed attorney Samuel Randazzo to become the new Chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). DeWine made the appointment after current Chairman Asim Haque announced he would resign on March 1 to take a job with PJM Interconnection, a company that manages the high-voltage, long-distance grid in Ohio and 12 other states. The Ohio Senate is expected to confirm Randazzo. According to the biography on the PUCO website, Randazzo has spent more than 40 years as a private attorney representing utilities in front of the PUCO. Before that he was a staff member of the PUCO and an assistant Ohio attorney general. Sam Randazzo The PUCO is a quasi-

Clean Fuels Ohio Member Delegation Makes Impact at 2019 Energy Independence Summit in Washington

On February 11-14, Transportation Energy Partners hosted its annual Energy Independence Summit. Once again, the event featured a Congressional education day on Capitol Hill. As in recent years, Clean Fuels Ohio members were well represented in our nation's capital. From left to right: Brendan Kelley, Clean Fuels Ohio; Gary Yeates, Insight Fuels; Congressman Bob Latta; Jason Phillips, Clean Fuels Ohio; Frank Edwards, Linden's Propane; and Bethany Allen, IGS Accompanied by industry partners in the CNG, propane, electric and biodiesel industries, Clean Fuels Ohio coordinated over 15 meetings with legislators and staff to discuss the needs of the alternative fuel industry at the federal level. I

Corridor Nominations Would Add Significantly to Ohio's CNG and EV Footprint

On January 30, 2019, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) nominated several Ohio travel corridors for “signage ready” and “signage pending” status in the Alternative Fuels Corridor Designation System developed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). These nominations included five separate interstate highways and two other major non-interstate routes in Ohio. Clean Fuels Ohio (CFO) played a critical role in this process. This included research related to the nominations and writing a 27-page narrative and appendices with tables and maps providing specific details regarding existing CNG and DCFC locations and prospective locations on highway exits for additional locations.

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