While corporations across the country increase their commitments to run on renewable energy, companies in Michigan still face significant obstacles.
Little chance remains for a stay while Ohio and other states challenge the Clean Power Plan, say environmental advocates.
Ohio’s first public-private partnership deal for a highway bypass project is a waste of taxpayers’ transportation dollars, claims a report released last month by two consumer advocacy groups.
Critics of the ethanol industry are emboldened by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's victory Monday in the Iowa Republican presidential caucus, but not everyone agrees the win spells political trouble for the industry.
Developers of a Minnesota community solar garden have agreed to test for stray voltage on neighboring properties, a nod to opponents that could have implications for other projects.
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.
New court cases and filings with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission could derail FirstEnergy and American Electric Power’s plans to guarantee sales to affiliated power plants, even if Ohio regulators approve the deals.
Three months after Iowa's utility regulator stated publicly that it believes the state's net metering law is working fine, a state legislator introduced a bill that would reduce the rates paid to solar customers.
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.
A rural electric cooperative in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has backed off a plan to restructure its solar net metering program that originally infuriated some of its members last year.