While Ohio lawmakers engage in a high-profile debate over the state's clean energy policy, a loan program for small businesses continues to show results.
While Missouri's largest utility intimates that it may terminate its efficiency program, the state's utility regulator has begun considering whether to institute a “decoupling” policy that could address utility concerns about shrinking power sales.
Michigan researchers say the state’s best path to compliance with the federal Clean Power Plan will start with energy efficiency and depend largely on a mix of natural gas and renewables.
A new program helps farmers and other rural businesses navigate available funding for clean energy and efficiency upgrades.
Clean-energy advocates are roundly criticizing a new statewide energy proposal from Michigan Republicans, claiming it is a broad giveaway to protect investor-owned utilities’ profits.
Five years after Missouri passed Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) legislation, there have been been few visible signs of its implementation in most of the state. That may be about to change.
A battle is brewing in the Michigan Public Service Commission over the rate DTE Energy will charge municipalities to operate LED streetlights. At least one municipal official is calling for cities to take over their streetlights altogether.
A Minnesota program helps smaller industrial customers monitor their energy use in 15-minute increments and identify opportunities to cut costs.
A new report from Minneapolis officials finds that large office buildings are among the city's most energy efficient.
Chicago and Minneapolis are among the top 10 cities in the country for having strong energy efficiency policies, according to a new report.