Renewable energy advocates are regrouping to figure out their next steps after two legislative setbacks, The Columbus Dispatch reports. Governor John Kasich recently signed Senate Bill 310 (SB 310), freezing renewable energy and energy efficiency standards for two years, and House Bill 483 (HB 483), which includes stricter regulations on wind turbine construction in Ohio. In the Dispatch article, Bill Spratley, executive director of Green Energy Ohio, said, “We’re back being the underdog. Now, we’re going to have to fight back as best we can.” Energy consultant Mark Shanahan spoke at a recent Green Energy Ohio event to urge supporters not to give up. “We need to be actively involved because the facts are on our side. This is a debate about our future,” he said in the article. For more, read the full article.