Despite a glut of interest in solar incentives, Illinois is expected to fall far short of an interim goal next year.
State regulators withdrew a proposed rule change for utilities that use third-party subscriptions rather than onsite software.
An annual survey shows tech-savvy customers are more interested in saving energy than the general public.
A four-month pilot in the city’s West Side is testing whether scooter-sharing could help reduce emissions.
A study from the Illinois Citizens Utility Board suggests that low-income customers may pay more than their fair share for electricity.