Advocates who live near the BP refinery outside Chicago say recent fines for pollution violations are "less than a drop in the bucket" for the company.
North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer, who has emerged as one of Donald Trump’s key advisers, explains what he means by a "level playing field" for energy.
The mayor of a Minnesota town that state lawmakers have warned would be negatively impacted by the Clean Power Plan says he supports plans to shut down two units at a coal plant there.
Net metering will be available to more electricity customers in Iowa as a result of a decision made on Tuesday by state regulators.
While the Republican platform leans heavily toward fossil fuels, a growing group of "eco-rights" are pushing for conservative policy solutions to climate change.
A new project in Minnesota would bring combined heat and power generation and add new technology to capture sulfur at one of the Midwest’s largest oil refineries.
A company that has provided Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing to California homeowners for about four years is setting up shop in Missouri.
Groups that have been closely involved with Michigan officials’ inquiry into the safety of oil pipelines beneath the Straits of Mackinac say the ongoing process is moving too slowly and continues to favor the company.
Missouri regulators dealt merchant transmission developer Clean Line Energy Partners LLC another small setback in its bid to win approval for the $2 billion Grain Belt Express project by rejecting the application on procedural grounds.
An Illinois energy expert says the former State Line coal plant near Chicago would be an ideal site for a small modular reactor.
As it is in Ohio and elsewhere in the United States, the coal industry in Poland is declining amid economic and environmental pressures. And the industry’s political and cultural importance is prompting state action to save it.