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.
Ameren is proposing a pay as you save program that would spare customers the upfront cost of energy efficiency projects.
As St. Louis adopts a major building energy policy, Kansas City’s code update appears stuck in homebuilder politics.
The Southern Minnesota Municipal Power Agency’s push for clean energy mirrors a broader trend for the state’s utilities.
Requirement for nightly shutdowns for two-thirds of the year reneges on compromise reached with agencies two years ago.