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Indecision clouds future of solar power

Paul Snyder [email protected] Wisconsin lawmakers are in the driver’s seat to expand solar power construction but stuck in neutral over whether the state or utilities should pay for the projects. “It’s a numbers game that we still have to come ...

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Wind farm lawsuit challenges approval standards

Paul Snyder [email protected] Alternative power proponents suing Wisconsin over its approval of a wind farm argue the state cannot step on the law in the race to reach renewable energy goals. “It’s unfortunate that a wind project got caught up ...

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Wind farm bills survive public lashing

Paul Snyder [email protected] More than eight hours of public testimony mostly opposed to state guidelines for wind farm placement did little to kill bills that would limit local control of the energy developments. “It just underscores the reason why we ...

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