A program in Minnesota and Iowa aims to make it easier for small utilities and co-ops to help customers finance clean-energy projects.
Six weeks after its efficiency program lapsed, Missouri's largest electric utility is expected to receive regulatory approval today of a new, three-year replacement.
As Kansas explores options to comply with the Clean Power Plan, advocates are concerned efficiency is getting short shrift.
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 brief meeting with actor Robert Redford in Utah a few years ago influenced Rochester, Minnesota's mayor to move the city of nearly 100,000 residents to become energy net zero by 2031.
A recent case in Indiana shows that the state legislature didn't necessarily have the final word on energy efficiency.
Several organizations are criticizing a northern Minnesota utility's decision to dramatically increase residential electric rates in order to give relief to large industrial customers.
While smart meters, energy usage shifts and different pricing plans can potentially help save vast amounts of energy and money, many people don’t feel that they can benefit from or participate in these initiatives.
White House officials heard from a Minnesota entrepreneur in December that energy efficiency should be a greater part of a federal effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Michigan regulators rejected DTE Energy's proposal to raise rates for LED street lights last week and ordered the utility to engage in talks with cities to arrive at a fair rate.