The atmosphere at a gathering of energy experts in Chicago this week was ebullient, with speakers describing a groundswell of innovation that promises to revolutionize the way energy is delivered on the grid.
Former Exelon CEO thinks wind, solar and natural gas are the future of the grid, but says his former company's nuclear plants need to be supported and kept online.
Huda Alkaff is among 12 faith leaders around the country being honored by the White House as Champions of Change, who “have demonstrated clear leadership across the United States and around the world
Municipalities saddled with debt from deals with the Prairie State Energy Campus in Illinois may have some options for financial relief, but it won't be easy.
In light of Pope Francis' encyclical on climate change, people of different faiths explore the role of spirituality in clean energy practice and policy.
“Bittersweet” is how Citizens Action Coalition Executive Director Kerwin Olson described a recent performance report for Energizing Indiana, an energy efficiency program that was canceled during its third year of existence, by state legislation hastily passed in spring 2014.
A new report by Environment America tabulates the "value of solar" based on 11 different analyses by utilities, utility commissions, non-profits and others. It finds that especially when all the benefits are considered, solar is a good deal for everyone involved.
A coalition of environmental and neighborhood groups say it is "unconscionable" that the Illinois EPA is not following through on an effort to regulate petcoke storage statewide.
Proposed new temperature limits on Chicago-area waterways could hasten the demise of two coal-fired power plants.
A cogeneration plant built by a utility at a Wisconsin paper mill has so far generated very little electricity -- and almost no benefit for the ratepayers that covered most of the cost.