Fracking is only a temporary fix given that these resources are still finite and are not compatible with a long-term strategy to limit the effects of climate change.
In a new video, prominent Michigan Republicans discuss the need for their party to be involved in clean-energy discussions.
In the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call, executives emphasized how it is relying on a proposed power-purchase agreement in Ohio to improve its financial performance
If we fail to enter the competition and if the country decides to act on climate, we risk losing a tremendous opportunity for free enterprise.
Undeterred by the surfeit of generating capacity available to serve Wisconsin electricity customers, Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) is now seeking permission to build a new power plant.
Get consumer-brand companies, investors and state lawmakers from both sides of the aisle together in a room to talk about clean energy, and watch what happens.