A new program in Minnesota provides potential buyers with an objective assessment of their home’s solar potential, rather than relying solely on the opinion of installers with an incentive to make a sale.
A new animated map provides a real-time picture of wind speeds across the United States.
The sun is setting on Xcel Energy’s current solar rebate program in Minnesota, and the utility is considering whether a smaller rebate in the future will still be a strong enough incentive.
Can shaving a few percentage points off the cost of large, metal components like the tower or nacelle baseplate have a significant impact on the overall cost of a wind turbine?
Even though over 150 American foundries have shut down since the start of the current economic crisis, a group of entrepreneurs believe they can help revive the industry by supplying large, metal components for wind turbines.
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Missouri will be the first proving ground for a federal program that aims to help farmers shift production to biomass crops.
Journalists still seem unable to talk about the relationship between weather and climate.
A bill advancing through the Minnesota Legislature would exempt two rural electric cooperatives from having to report their plans for maintaining reliable, low-cost power to customers.
House Republican leaders were hit with a busload of criticism this winter when they announced a proposal to end a long-held practice of funding public transit projects using a portion of federal gas tax revenue.
A Ford engineer explains how EPA emissions rules are prompting automakers to build longer-lasting engines.