A new state incentive offers money to developers that build solar projects on polluted properties instead of forests or farmland.
At a recent mining conference, renewable energy emerged as a possible solution when reclamation funds are insufficient.
A coalition of businesses, nonprofits and other advocates seeks to revive renewable energy policies in the state.
As AEP takes much-needed steps toward decarbonization, pressure increases on state lawmakers to embrace, not hinder, growth
Illinois is on track to reduce its planet warming carbon emissions by 22 percent by the year 2030, according to new research, thanks to the state’s massive energy bill that passed in 2016.