The Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum joins similar conservative energy groups in Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota and states around the country.
As one Wisconsin coal plant closes, neighbors of another worry pollution will shift to their backyards
News of a Wisconsin power plant closure has raised concern production at a pair of coal-fired power plants about 15 miles away.
Finished in late September after more than a decade of planning and construction, the 800-mile-long CapX2020 transmission project has prompted more than 3,600 megawatts of clean energy project proposals, according to Xcel Energy.
A Wisconsin inventor has been awarded an $825,000 grant to help bring an electric motor technology first invented by Benjamin Franklin into the 21st century.
The Dawah Islamic Center in Milwaukee is pursuing solar energy as a way to build connections in the community and understanding among faith-based groups.
A new report aims to highlight the financial benefits that transmission projects can bring to rural counties.
Officials in Madison, Wisconsin are engaging in a tricky process with their utility to develop a document supporting the city’s 100 percent renewable energy goal.
Nonprofit institutions across Wisconsin are taking advantage of third-party financing to help pay for solar energy installations, despite the lack of a clear statewide policy.
As some homeowners associations debate whether solar panels should be allowed, at a new Milwaukee-area subdivision, they will be mandatory.
Electric cooperatives that have taken the plunge into solar energy are the stars of a new website aimed at persuading more co-ops to add solar energy to their mix.