On Tuesday, Grant Milliron, president of Milliron Recycling in Mansfield, was the only witness to testify "in support of freezing, repealing or changing" the state's energy efficiency requirements during the extra time that Ohio Sen. Bill Seitz (R-Cincinnati) allowed for discussion and testimony before the Ohio Senate Public Utilities Committee on S.B. 58 – a placeholder bill that reviews that state's energy efficiency standards, according to The Hannah Report and the Gongwer Ohio Report. Milliron said that while he recognized the importance of energy efficiency, he was concerned about the "aggressive nature" of the law's benchmarks. "There is no way I can reduce my energy requirements by more than 22 percent by 2025," Milliron said, referring to the requirement that utilities acquire 25 percent of their electricity from renewable sources by 2025. For more, read the written testimony that Milliron delivered to the committee back in April.