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.
As Ohio’s Energy Mandates Study Committee takes up energy efficiency this week, data continue to show the programs are cost-effective for ratepayers.
A robust and vocal opposition is pushing back in Kansas City as officials discuss an ordinance that would require owners of large buildings to begin disclosing their energy and water use.
An organization that helps cities arrange financing for energy efficiency projects says there is still a lot of "low-hanging fruit" to be found.
Hospitals, which use large amounts of both electricity and thermal energy, are increasingly embracing combined heat and power.
In trying to address the state’s budget crisis, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner is proposing to cut efficiency and renewable energy programs, and to sweep money collected from ratepayers into the state’s general coffers.
Two groups are pushing for Illinois regulators to require time-of-use pricing to charge customers more accurately for the price of electricity at the time they use it.
A rural Minnesota co-op is offering customers who participate in a demand-response program a hard-to-beat deal on community solar.