Ohio regulators are considering limitations to the state’s net metering rules that could, if adopted, resolve a challenge filed with the Ohio Supreme Court last summer.
An eastern Michigan transmission company has completed a $510 million project to tackle challenges of renewable-energy access and economic development in rural parts of the state.
Seven years after Missouri voters passed a renewable-energy standard, the last of the solar rebates promised under the law are coming to fruition.
Minnesota ratepayers should look hard at their current energy bills and start asking harder questions about the business model of their electric monopoly.
The University of Michigan’s Energy Institute is like a timeline of this country’s energy past, present and future.
As Minnesota emerges as a leader in solar power, an event here next week will take a broader regional perspective on the growing industry.
While the EPA recommends Minnesota meet carbon targets through efficiency and natural gas, a recent report says renewable energy -- particularly wind -- may be a cheaper option.
Community solar developers in Minnesota are accusing Xcel Energy of openly defying state regulators in its effort to prevent multiple projects to be co-located at the same site.
As it has in Minnesota, Xcel Energy will soon be offering community solar to its customers in Wisconsin, albeit on a much smaller scale.
After talks with solar developers reached an impasse, Xcel Energy announced plans Tuesday to strictly limit the size of community solar projects in Minnesota.