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.
Can a Wisconsin city buy solar power from someone other than its electric utility? A Madison suburb may soon find out the answer.
Unfortunately, Wisconsin happens to be one of those states with a languishing solar market, though it wasn’t always that way.
Wisconsin firm WholeTrees features sustainable, unmilled wood in all of its residential and commercials designs, harnessing the natural strength of branching tree forms.
In a win for the environment, a big anaerobic digester project in Wisconsin will use 500,000 gallons of cheese-factory wastewater a day to produce electricity, heat and fertilizer.
Midwest Energy News writes about how pricing for renewable energy purchased voluntarily in Wisconsin could go to all time highs thanks to regulators.
Midwest Energy News wonders whether changing political winds in Wisconsin mean another new direction for wind energy policy in the state.
Milwaukee’s Harambee neighborhood is separated from its more affluent neighbors by six lanes of traffic, but a new trail built with old tires could change that
Midwest Energy News takes a look at how a recent solar energy report card shows two upper Midwest states are doing quite poorly supporting clean energy.
Midwest Energy News reports on how one Wisconsin state senator is raising questions around wind energy in his state, despite clean energy industry officials asking him to back off.
SC Johnson is installing two big turbines to generate 15 percent of the electricity used at the plant where it makes Windex and other household products.