Opponents of a power line linking La Crosse and Rochester, Minn., are suing Wisconsin regulators who approved the project.
Wisconsin regulators properly approved a Madison-based utility’s plan to build a wind farm in southern Minnesota, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in a decision that dramatically lightens the regulatory burden for utilities’ out-of-state projects.
The public will get a chance next month to sound off on a proposal to build a power line from Alma to Holmen in western Wisconsin.
E Wind LLC, Columbus, Wis., has received approval to proceed with its 30-megawatt, 18-turbine wind project in Wisconsin, according to a report from North American Windpower. The company received approval from the town of Randolph, through a joint development agreement, which was contingent on approval of the Glacier Hills Wind Farm project by the Wisconsin [...]
ASHLAND, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Public Service Commission has approved a utility’s latest plan to replace coal and use logging residue and dead trees as the primary fuel to generate electricity. Northern States Power Company-Wisconsin said Monday that installing the biomass gasification technology in its third operating unit at Bay Front Power Plant in [...]