A new report by a Wisconsin nonprofit suggests investments in energy efficiency may also play a role in growing manufacturing jobs, too.
The developers of an embattled wind project in southeastern Minnesota finally pulled the plug after numerous issues.
New research will map the energy consumption of various conventional, hybrid and advanced hybrid buses in order to see precisely where savings are achieved.
A Minnesota start-up company is sprouting past obstacles with a compact, energy-efficient design it thinks could be a new model for urban farming.
Solar power picked up an unexpected supporter in Wisconsin, where the Libertarian Party endorsed a clean energy group’s proposal to let customers lease solar panels.
The addition of renewable sources of power is modestly pushing down the wholesale cost of power in Ohio, while also reducing the amount of carbon dioxide produced.
One designer attempts to tackle greener suburbs not through clean energy, but through saving energy via better design and layout.
A group of Nebraska farmers are attempting to put a new face on renewable power in their state by selling wind energy to a utility.
A lawsuit filed recently alleges the Missouri state government has interfered with fulfillment of a renewable energy standard law’s mandate.
By 2014, a hospital in in La Crosse, Wisconsin aims to energy independent, producing all the energy it needs on its own.
While it’s difficult to generalize about the rate impact of renewable energy standards, the experience of Michigan’s large utilities suggests they aren’t always as costly as critics claim.