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Ohio Governor John R. Kasich signed into law comprehensive energy Senate Bill 315 and presented one of the pens to Andrey Ravkin, (left), an engineer from Russia working at Echogen Power System LLC company on Monday in Akron, Ohio. Echogen Power System developed a way to generate electricity from waste heat energy. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal)
Sean Casten and Philip Brennan: Toward a leading role in advanced energyJune 13,2012 12:16 AM GMT
COLUMBUS: U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan never met Van H. Williams, but their paths crossed recently in my mental landscape as political fallout continued from Republican Donald J. Trump’s upset victory and the support Trump received from white working class voters in capturing the White House.