As Republicans on the state's budget-writing committee voted last week to send more money to Wisconsin tech schools and worker training, a new bipartisan bill would support careers in two emerging industries: wind and solar.Read More »
The Legislature's budget-writing committee is scheduled to consider Gov. Tony Evers' proposal to authorize more borrowing for clean-water projects.Read More »
We Energies seeks permission for fee on customers with solar panels, frustrating renewable advocates
We Energies has asked Wisconsin regulators for permission to impose an additional fee on customers who use solar panels, a step that an industry group argues could discourage people from installing renewable-energy projects.Read More »
Rain swamping the country's midsection forced people from their homes in Kansas, stranded dozens of Texas children at school overnight, strained levees along the surging Mississippi River in Illinois, Missouri and elsewhere Wednesday and prompted yet more flash-flood concerns.
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The Wisconsin Public Service Commission punted last week again on a question that's front-of-mind for solar advocates in the state: Is a private company that owns and operates solar service in effect a public utility?Read More »