The blog is taking a holiday vacation until Jan. 3, but Midwest Energy News will still be updated.
Gasoline demand may have peaked in the United States, but our appetite for driving isn’t going away. Recently, representatives from Chicago, Minneapolis and other cities traveled to Portland to learn how to change that.
Someone’s built a solar-powered rainbow machine. They’re going to set it up in Omaha. I’m not kidding.
Are renewable energy mandates really to blame for two recently approved rate increases in Oregon? And how does this relate to that incredibly wonky story you missed last week?
This blog has been mired in Wonkytown lately, which can only mean one thing: It’s time to start yammering on about light bulbs again.
Despite a threat by some House lawmakers to pare back energy provisions in the tax bill, incentives for renewable energy and ethanol remain intact and will be signed by President Obama today.
West Virginia Sen. John Rockefeller threatened yesterday to force a vote on EPA greenhouse gas regulations, but for now, it’s an empty gesture.
A decision today by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will help ease the development of new wind power projects and transmission lines in the Midwest.
An obscure provision in the stimulus act has led to a dramatic decline in the cost of small-scale solar power installations, according to researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
The incoming Attorney General of Kansas says EPA regulations will harm small businesses. Small businesses disagree.