By Bob Geiger Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — Christopher Born is a self-proclaimed scrounger with enough solar panels on his north Minneapolis garage to electrify his home at no cost during warm months. Now he’s on a mission to electrify ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Lawmakers, unions and utilities agree they want Wisconsin’s renewable energy goals to create more jobs in the state. But the common ground crumbles when the sides consider ways to make sure that happens. Utilities want trust. Lawmakers ...
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Winter’s first major snow storm has knocked out power to thousands of people across the state. Alliant Energy officials said the storm cut power to about 22,000 people in southern Wisconsin. The lights were still off ...Read More »
Mark Niesse AP Writer Honolulu — A 4-square-mile patch of Maui in the nation’s most fossil-fuel dependent state soon will be home to a new kind of power grid, one that saves energy by turning off household appliances when electricity ...Read More »
Bob Geiger Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — It’s official: Cargill’s new energy idea is a bunch of crap. Minnetonka-based Cargill Inc. late last year fired up an $8.5 million anaerobic digester and generator facility that transforms turkey litter, cow dung ...Read More »
Paul Snyder email@example.com Alma’s Great River Road might mark the line between local acceptance and opposition to a $400 million aboveground transmission project. Alma Mayor Corey Hanson said he understands why the CapX2020 project team is considering Alma as the ...Read More »
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org Wisconsin’s pursuit of biomass as a renewable energy is doing little to fire up work in the construction industry. “It’s frustrating,” said Thomas Fisher, president and business manager of the De Forest-based Wisconsin Laborers’ District Council. “We ...Read More »