Ratepayer and environmental advocates say a January settlement allowing cost recovery for the Edwardsport coal plant is not "a shut-the-coffin-closed deal."
An Indiana utility is requesting a fixed rate charge increase of more than 80 percent, even as nationwide utility commissions have denied or curbed many such requests and utilities in other states have backed off the strategy.
The Archdiocese of Chicago has been among the star performers in the city’s energy benchmarking program, an initiative launched in 2013 that marked notable progress in 2015.
An underground fire at an Illinois coal mine doesn't appear to be slowing down plans for expansion.
Vermont and Wisconsin are kindred spirits in many ways, with lush rolling hills dotted with dairy farms and a history of populist politics. In recent years, though, the states have charted very different paths, particularly on energy.
A recent case in Indiana shows that the state legislature didn't necessarily have the final word on energy efficiency.
While smart meters, energy usage shifts and different pricing plans can potentially help save vast amounts of energy and money, many people don’t feel that they can benefit from or participate in these initiatives.
An unsuspecting person might think they had stumbled into a motivational speech, a New Age gathering or a corporate team-building seminar these days when the popular topic “the utility of the future” is being discussed.
Erik Birkerts, the new CEO of the Clean Energy Trust, explains how the organization advances the clean energy economy and how the Midwest can play a leadership role.
While the utility serving Madison, Wisconsin has recently made a public commitment to expand renewable power and cut emissions, clean-energy advocates say they still have unanswered questions.