Republicans on the House energy committee seem certain that building the Keystone XL pipeline means all that oil will stay in the U.S.
While Midwest utilities build wind capacity to comply with state renewable power mandates, a utility in Arizona is investing in solar power well in excess of that state’s requirements.
An Omaha-based trial lawyer firm says it is researching whether it can sue TransCanada over its use of eminent domain to secure a route for the Keystone XL pipeline through Nebraska.
A rural co-op’s aggressive purchase of wind power contracts has helped fuel perceptions that Minnesota’s renewable energy standard is driving up electricity rates. But the real impact is difficult to calculate.Photo by ninjawil via Creative Commons
The Environmental Defense Fund has seized upon Minnesota Rep. Peggy Scott’s comment comparing the health effects from coal pollution to those from cat dander, and has asked its Facebook fans to post pictures of scary cats in response.
Have you seen that neat video of electrical transformers exploding in Texas? Now imagine the reaction if it were wind turbines that were blowing up.
In a debate on easing coal restrictions, Minnesota Republicans reveal the divine origins of coal.
A fake coal company campaign to give free inhalers to kids has the Yes Men’s fingerprints all over it.
In an investigation titled “Braking Wind,” a Twin Cities TV station uses the same audio to illustrate noise from wind turbines in different parts of the state.
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