Ohio Energy Project (OEP)



  • Organization TypeAdvocacy NGO, Service Providers
  • Staff26-50
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1984
Unleash the Power of Energy Education Relevant, informative, fun — that’s energy education from the Ohio Energy Project. Created by teachers for teachers, OEP has been energizing classrooms with hands-on, interactive learning tools and programs since 1984. Their Expertise Grows School Programs They bring the latest in the energy field to teachers and students in a way that makes everyone take notice by working with utilities, the State of Ohio, nonprofit organizations, energy organizations, universities, manufacturers and others. Aligned to ODE Academic Content Standards OEP energy education programs follow Ohio Department of Education requirements, making them the perfect teaching resource. They provide lesson plans, professional development – some with graduate credit – and special events and workshops, all deemed “first class” by Ohio teachers. National Knowledge, Local Funding OEP is the state affiliate of the National Energy Education Development Project (NEED). They partner with NEED to provide Ohio educators with excellent curriculums, resources and programs. The Ohio Energy Project is funded through local grants and partnerships with businesses, governments and foundations. Mission They facilitate students’ and teachers’ understanding of the science of energy and its efficient use to empower the next generation of energy consumers. Vision They will distinguish themselves as the premier energy education resource for students, educators and business partners.

Contact Ohio Energy Project (OEP)

Company Offices
  • United States (headquarters)
  • Cincinnati
  • 431 Ohio Pike
  • United States
  • Worthington
  • 200 E. Wilson Bridge Road