Empire District Electric Co. wants to retire its coal plant early and replace it with cheaper wind, solar and storage.
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 2019 state law requires utilities to consider energy storage in their long-range resource plans.
Five months after a new clean-energy majority took control of its board of directors, the staff of the Omaha’s public utility is moving forward with developing a climate action plan.