Empire District Electric Co. wants to retire its coal plant early and replace it with cheaper wind, solar and storage.
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.