Greene County Tech seeks green energy jobs
An electronic billboard on Greene Road in East Liberty that advertises “Greene County Technology” has received more than $1,000 in donations since its installation.
The billboard is owned by Greene Technology, a company that offers green energy and energy efficiency services to homeowners and businesses.
The company is also a supporter of the Green Party of Ohio.
According to its website, Greene is a leading supplier of energy efficient products to homeowners, businesses and the general public.
The company also offers residential energy efficiency products to commercial customers.
In addition, the company provides solar energy services to businesses, and has also partnered with the East Liberty Chamber of Commerce to provide energy efficiency for homes and businesses in East Hamilton County.
Greene Technology said it was contacted by the Ohio Department of Commerce and Consumer Protection regarding the billboard and has since decided to replace the sign with an alternative sign.
The county also has another billboard on its property in East Madison, which has received donations of about $300 in the last month, according to the company.
The Ohio Department for Commerce and Regulatory Services, which handles the county’s tax-exempt status, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The billboards are a response to the Trump administration’s decision to eliminate the state’s renewable energy program, which had been under consideration by Ohio since at least 2013.
The state has been on the verge of closing the program and leaving it to the federal government.