Crews install solar arrays at Fort Hunter Liggett in California in 2011. More military bases are moving toward energy independence. (Photo via U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Officials at a Michigan military base are preparing a climate adaptation plan that centers around natural resource management, including $1.4 million in wind and solar capacity.
A new report suggests Minnesota could supply more than 50 percent of its power needs through renewable energy by 2030 while creating more jobs and meeting federal carbon targets.
On Wednesday, Chicago’s public health commissioner sent KCBX a scathing letter, denouncing the company for releasing plans “via press release” for a proposed petcoke enclosure.
A group of Midwestern regulators, environmentalists and utility representatives headed to Washington, D.C. this week to ask that states and utilities receive credits for their past efforts on EPA carbon targets.
In Iowa, rural co-ops offer a broad range of compensation for solar customers. Advocates say they're doing the bare minimum to avoid state regulation.
More community solar applications than expected in Minnesota • Nebraska Supreme Court delays Keystone decision until 2015 • Ohio families still seeking answers 9 days after fracking well leak • Mining related deaths nearing a record low
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