The two most important lawmakers on energy policy this session are optimistic about passing clean energy legislation, especially when it comes to energy efficiency.
In Kansas and Missouri, critics say the “energy choice” legislation is in direct conflict with cities’ commitments to transition from fossil fuels.
After considering municipalization, Ann Arbor officials are instead working with local lawmakers on a bill to authorize community choice aggregation.
Campaign finance records show an uptick in activity as lawmakers challenged a critic of the utility industry’s agenda.
A green bank could unlock financing for more clean energy projects, but some question its need and prospects.