Evers' two-year state budget included proposals for electric vehicle infrastructure, a clean energy economy and green job training.
Gov. Tony Evers promised to invest in workforce innovation grants to fund youth apprenticeships in the future.
Gov. Tony Evers said he wanted to invest $190 million to strengthen the state's workforce.
Living off-grid conjures images of survivalists in remote places and a rustic, “Little House on the Prairie” lifestyle with chores from morning to night. Yet only a tiny fraction of people living off-grid do it like that, and fewer still live more than an hour from any town.
President Joe Biden's $1.85 trillion plan to boost social and education programs as well as protect against global warming has passed the House, pushing it one step closer to law.
To avert the worst effects of climate change, global greenhouse-gas emissions should fall at faster rates than they have risen for over a century. Economies must essentially turn on a dime and then move quickly toward a carbon-free future.
Even though nearly 25,000 people work in Wisconsin’s clean-energy industry, the state still has a smaller percentage of its workforce employed in that sector than any of its neighbors in the Midwest.
United States Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin, will propose legislation to increase education that would prepare workers for clean energy jobs.
Wisconsin has lagged behind other Midwestern states when it comes to clean energy and should do more to take advantages of the resources it has: cow manure, food waste and companies developing onsite power systems, according to a new study.
By ERICA WERNER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Wind, solar and other clean energy technologies produce jobs and are essential for the country’s environment and economy, President Barack Obama […]
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A nationwide bus tour urging the U.S. Senate to take up on clean energy legislation is set to stop in Wisconsin. The BlueGreen Alliance, a […]
By Joe Yovino
The Wisconsin Legislature worked early into the morning on Wednesday. They’re tired. I get it.
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- Wisconsin unions, businesses rally support for Line 5 relocation project
- Biden uses executive power to create a New Deal-style American Climate Corps
- Wisconsin’s starting fixed fee for engineering services gets a bump
- BUILDING BLOCKS: Caroline Heights Apartments turns historic structures into living space
- Wauwatosa Common Council greenlights $400M Barrett Lo apartments at Mayfair Mall
- Kenosha Common Council unanimously passes contractor requirements for public bids
- Old church finds new purpose as St. John’s Lutheran Church converts to affordable housing
- Indoor farms are shutting down as their businesses struggle. So why are more being built?
- Low Mississippi River limits barge traffic
- TOP BIDDERS: The biggest recent winning bids around the state
- Wisconsin contractors urge Kenosha council to delay vote over bidding ordinance
- First prefabricated bridge in US installed in Eau Claire County
- Illinois developer worked with Wisconsin contractor to build 258-unit Wauwatosa apartment complex
- VJS Construction raises the roof for Bruce Guadalupe Community School expansion project
- Microgrid pilot project will store energy for village affected by outages
- Dane County sees uptick in highway work zone crashes, on track to exceed last year
- The Hop streetcar will debut newest service route in fall with limited service
- FPC Live slims venue proposal to 1 downtown building
- Children’s Hospital urgent care center in Milwaukee gets first round of city approval
- With Sonag Construction shut down, feds move to block indicted owner from collecting leftover assets
- Four contractors selected to build border wall prototypes
- UW-Milwaukee’s Greenstreet shaping minds (and the city)
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