Critics of the ethanol industry are emboldened by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's victory Monday in the Iowa Republican presidential caucus, but not everyone agrees the win spells political trouble for the industry.
Measures aimed at fostering more solar energy have been filed in the Missouri General Assembly and, according to one legislator, are likely to generate more enthusiasm than the chilly reception they got last year.
A successful seven-year clean energy program and the declining prices of wind and solar power mean there is less urgency heading into 2016 as Michigan lawmakers continue work on a new statewide energy policy.
There is a bill under consideration by Congress that stands out as an example of both sound policy and good politics.
It makes no difference on which side of the aisle you stand, energy reform is necessary. There are solutions to our antiquated model of energy production – solutions that conservatives can and should embrace.
Given substantial support for clean energy in a recent poll, a Missouri advocacy group has decided to craft a clean-energy initiative to submit for the state's November 2016 ballot.
Researchers and policy experts in Michigan are criticizing an out-of-state organization's report released last month claiming the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard has cost thousands of jobs.
The 2016 presidential campaign offers Midwest voters and businesses an opportunity to promote local clean energy policies on a national stage that will have a positive impact our economy and environment.
A report from an Ohio lawmakers’ committee left out crucial topics that state law required the group to consider in its review of the state’s renewable energy and energy efficiency laws.
Ohio lawmakers charged with reviewing the costs and benefits of the state’s clean energy standards limited the testimony they received during hearings that were used to justify a two-year “freeze” on those standards.