The "beneficial reuse" of coal ash is potentially causing serious contamination of drinking water in southeast Wisconsin and possibly across the state, according to new report.
Thursday's 2-1 decision to increase a utility's fixed charges was the first of three similar cases in the state to be decided in the coming weeks.
Wisconsin Energy Corp.'s chief executive said the company is "willing to be an investor" in a new power plant to help alleviate a generation capacity shortfall in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Clean-energy advocates are calling for the Wisconsin Public Service Commission to investigate a list of 2,500 names submitted in support of utilities in two controversial rate cases.
Let Michigan decide its own energy future. That’s the message industry leaders and state officials drove home Tuesday at the Upper Peninsula Energy Summit in Marquette.
More than 200 people packed a public hearing on We Energies’ proposed rate restructuring -- which critics say is an attack on distributed solar energy -- in Milwaukee on Wednesday afternoon.
A community of Habitat for Humanity homes in Wisconsin aims to produce as much energy as it consumes, but educating homeowners will be key to reaching the goal.
Conservatives may be stuck living with monopolies in Wisconsin, but they don’t have to tolerate the misuse of monopoly power.
Debbie Dooley, an outspoken Tea Party activist, is coming to Wisconsin to promote policies favoring distributed renewable energy.
Utility proposals in Wisconsin would punish homes and business that have made investments in energy efficiency or renewables, and will also raise bills for people who are conscious of their energy use.