Arcane-sounding changes to the way solar customers are compensated for excess energy will have a significant impact on solar economics in Wisconsin.
Speakers at an all-day conference on energy policy in Wisconsin evoked two images of the state's renewables sector. And neither is encouraging for clean energy advocates.
Michigan officials on Tuesday announced a proposed accord among multiple electric entities and private businesses to solve what some fear could turn into an energy crisis in the Upper Peninsula.
Minnesota's community solar boom, Wisconsin's utility fight and Ohio's renewable energy freeze were among our top stories for 2014.
Following recent GOP election gains, efficiency advocates are taking a glass-half-full approach, emphasizing bipartisan support for efficiency mandates and missions.
While the national media spotlight has been on the Keystone XL pipeline, another large tar sands crude oil pipeline scheme has significant implications for Wisconsin.
Recent rate cases in Wisconsin demonstrate an especially alarming trend: the alignment of the manufacturing lobby behind the monopoly utilities’ rate "fairness" campaign.
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.