Utilizing the “idle” ground associated with solar farms, whether 1,000 sq ft or 1,000 acres, to create habitat surely seems like the right thing to do.
For citizens concerned about the fate of the planet, the options for effecting change through government action seem to be narrowing. If Congress is closed, and the states are too passive, what can be done?
What makes the energy sector so exciting is the convergence of telecommunications capabilities (like the smart grid) for utilities and traditional customers to produce and market energy.
A new report released this week asserts that utility-scale solar is much more economical than small-scale solar. But there are several reasons to seriously question the mistaken assertion that big solar is better.
Michigan’s manufacturing history and economy make it a perfect candidate for renewable energy growth.
We are embarking on a new era of energy democracy and ‘We, the people, in order to form a more perfect union’ want a Just Energy Choice.
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.
Two arrays owned by rural co-ops constitute about one-third of the solar generating capacity energized in Wisconsin last year.
If you pay attention to energy-related news, it may have come as a surprise how often Wisconsin energy policy has appeared in the national headlines over the past year.
What could the creation of beauty products derived from botanical ingredients have to do with climate change?
Minnesota ratepayers should look hard at their current energy bills and start asking harder questions about the business model of their electric monopoly.