Five months after a new clean-energy majority took control of its board of directors, the staff of the Omaha’s public utility is moving forward with developing a climate action plan.
The donated equipment, popular in the 1970s and ‘80s, will help the Winnebago tribe save on heating costs.
A Missouri test will look at lead-acid batteries’ potential to reduce or eliminate demand fees for vehicle charging.
The presidential hopeful unveiled indoor billboards this month challenging Iowa’s largest utility to stop burning coal.
The recommendations are contained in an energy storage report stemming from the state’s 2016 energy plan.