Wisconsin has gained national notoriety for large increases in fixed charges on utility bills, with another case pending that will help determine the state's future direction.
Local protesters told Midwest Energy News they decided to risk arrest in their battle to ban petcoke because they are frustrated with city officials’ approach to the problem.
Midwestern renewable energy developers and advocates say this region may have the most at stake with the Investment Tax Credit’s fate.
While Wisconsin has been making headlines for its battles over distributed solar, advocates say the state is lagging on another energy front.
In a victory for solar advocates in Wisconsin, today a judge overturned fees on customers with solar installations in We Energies’ service territory.
In Wisconsin and Minnesota, a lack of clarity around the legality of third-party ownership, an important solar financing arrangement, has jeopardized or slowed the prospects for solar development, industry backers say.
Last week, paleoclimatologist Gabriel Filippelli and 21 other Indiana scientists made Gov. Mike Pence an offer he'll likely refuse.
Illinois is among the most improved states in energy efficiency, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)’s ninth annual State Scorecard released today.
Two organizations that helped shut down Chicago's last coal plants are taking a closer look at particulate emissions from trucks.
There will be one million more smart thermostats in the Chicago area in five years if a new public-private program launched today meets its goals.