The nonprofit trade group Advanced Energy Economy released a report in October showing that there are 400 unique organizations that “participate actively in energy efficiency research, pilot testing, and commercial activity” across Ohio. According to the analysis, Ohio’s energy efficiency technologies and services also have $2.1 billion in revenue and funding, and employ 9,600 full-time equivalent workers. The report provides the following data on Ohio’s six regions:

Central Ohio: 92 unique organizations; 1,850 full-time equivalent workers; and $380 million in revenue and funding. Innovative research and development hub with concentrations in data center technologies, insulation and cool roof products.

West Central Ohio: 37 unique organizations; 990 full-time equivalent workers; and $140 million in revenue and funding. Established strengths in building services and research and development capability.

Northwest Ohio: 49 unique organizations; 1,420 full-time equivalent workers; and $330 million in revenue and funding. Strengths in insulation, exterior windows, cool roof systems and major appliances. Emerging auditing tools complement its established strengths in building services and research and development capability.

Northeast Ohio: 220 unique organizations; 4,030 full-time equivalent workers; and $1.04 billion in revenue and funding. Sizeable and diverse assets in lighting, insulation and exterior windows.

Southeast Ohio: 20 unique organizations; 240 full-time equivalent workers; and $45 million in revenue and funding. A hotbed of Stirling Engine and Stirling-based technology development amidst more traditional manufacturing.

Southwest Ohio: 86 unique organizations; 1,130 full-time equivalent workers; and $180 million in revenue and funding. Distinctive concentration in building services, paired with substantial exterior window, door and lighting manufacturing.

The full report here is available on the Advanced Energy Economy website.