The racially diverse neighborhood of North Minneapolis could become the site of a novel educational and social equity collaboration.
Consumers Energy will help up to 100,000 customers buy smart thermostats as part of an effort to minimize the need for expensive peak power.
Effective disaster response should send solar and batteries, writes Ellen Anderson, a senior energy researcher at the University of Minnesota.
“The idea would be to make Michigan less of an electrical peninsula,” a state utility regulator said.
Chicago shines in a new global study of cities’ resiliency and clean energy plans. But can it keep its promises?
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy evaluated 66 major cities on their resiliency efforts.