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Some Michigan lawmakers think comprehensive utility resource planning can take the place of renewable energy standards, but the experience of other states shows that isn't the case.
Wind energy in parts of the Midwest could be impacted if the federal government announces that it is listing the Northern long-eared bat as an endangered or threatened species.
Environmentalists and bioeconomy advocates reached an agreement last week to modify a Minnesota bill that critics worried would encourage more corn production.
Despite Ohio's antipathy toward the Clean Power plan, state regulators do not want the General Assembly to pass any law that would interfere with eventual compliance.
It should come as no surprise that M.A. Mortenson Company would want a piece of Minnesota's community solar action, as it has quietly become one of the nation's leading builders of solar installations.