The Kewaunee nuclear power plant may have been disconnected from the power grid, but the process to decommission the facility will take a long time.
A Wisconsin utility is scaling back its plans to run power lines into Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, citing reduced energy needs and a pending review of future needs.
Officials say a coal-fired power plant in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula will get $130 million to $140 million in upgrades under plans by a power cooperative and a Wisconsin-based utility.
Interstate Power and Light Co. has filed paperwork for regulatory approval for a new natural-gas fired power plant in Marshalltown.
Wisconsin regulators will decide who should pay for cost overruns at one of the largest construction projects in the state, a $2 billion power plant in a Milwaukee suburb.
A decade-old plan to build a new power plant in northern Minnesota is coming back before the state’s Public Utilities Commission next week – but in a smaller form and with a different energy source.
The U.S Senate’s top Republican called again Wednesday for the Environmental Protection Agency to back off from “heavy-handed” regulations that he said were costing jobs in the private sector.
The Public Service Commission has cleared Wisconsin Power & Light to purchase the Riverside Energy Center power plant in the town of Beloit for $393 million.
The Obama administration forged ahead on Tuesday with the first-ever limits on heat-trapping pollution from new power plants, ignoring protests from industry and Republicans who have said the regulation will raise electricity prices and kill off coal, the dominant U.S. energy source.