For Michigan companies looking for an economic boost, help may come from a group of traveling retirees.
The city of Minneapolis’ goal of reducing emissions 80 percent by 2050 could be met by aggressively electrifying the transportation system and employing a number of building technologies, according to a recent report from Siemens.
Low-income households spend up to three times as much of their income on energy costs as higher-income households do, and would benefit significantly from efficiency upgrades, according to a new report.
While Iowa's municipal utilities provide energy-efficiency programs to their customers, a report filed early this year indicates that many of the utilities have set unambitious goals for themselves, and in many cases have failed to meet even those low bars.
The actor and environmentalist said Wisconsin's political climate shouldn't hold it back on energy efficiency -- and Milwaukee is already proving his case.
Nebraska, historically one of the worst-performing states in the U.S. for energy efficiency, may take a step forward with the state legislature's approval last week of Property Assessed Clean Energy financing.
Now into its second year, a unique partnership between the city of Minneapolis and two utilities is receiving national recognition and praise from clean energy advocates.
Nebraska Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry's says his home geothermal system is an example of "the way of the future."
Wisconsin's ratepayer-supported energy efficiency program could see a reduction in funding under a pending proposal in the state legislature.
After months of difficult negotiations, Missouri's second-largest energy-efficiency program on Wednesday won approval from state regulators. But not everyone is enthusiastic.