A new state law follows an earlier proposal that opponents said could have made projects prohibitively expensive.
Northeastern states are engaged in a game of renewable one-upmanship. The question is whether all this new wind power will actually be built.
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.
Emails show the legislation originated from correspondence between two of Ohio’s most prominent wind energy critics.
A new bill drops a proposed moratorium on wind farms in favor of changes to ensure military concerns are heard.