A St. Louis entrepreneur has partnered with an agriculture giant on an experiment that could produce carbon negative renewable biogas.
New installations of rooftop solar panels on homes across most of Kansas likely will come to a near-standstill if state regulators approve of demand fees proposed by the state’s two largest utilities.
The Winnebago tribe of northeastern Nebraska will nearly double its solar capacity – already among the largest in the state – with the help of a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Officials in two Missouri counties said they plan to deny permits to the Grain Belt Express transmission project despite a state Supreme Court ruling last month that limited their authority to do so.
A new National Renewable Energy Laboratory analysis finds that improving connections across the nation’s electric grid could provide broad benefits that far outweigh the cost — including lower-cost, more reliable and cleaner electricity.