The nation’s largest solar leasing company wants an assurance that it won’t be regulated as a public utility.
A new report highlighting the benefits of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative provides a context for how much New Jersey lost by leaving the program.
Activists are pitching a clean power plan directly to utilities instead of trying to sell state lawmakers on it.
Athens, Ohio, residents will vote in May on whether to place a “carbon fee” on local utility bills to support community solar projects.
As a legal dispute continues over who gets the final say on how North Carolina spends its Volkswagen settlement money, stakeholders agree that installing electric vehicle charging stations should be a top priority.
Brian Dixon, chief operating officer of Capital Innovators in St. Louis, Missouri, talks with Midwest Energy News about his company’s partnership with Ameren on an energy tech accelerator. Utilities are not generally known for innovation. Most have been sheltered from direct competition and held to just a basic customer expectation: keep the lights on. Things are, of course, changing.