A Minnesota bill will require a certain percentage of advanced biofuels to be derived from cover crops like rye to be eligible for tax credits. (Photo by John S. Quarterman via Creative Commons)
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.
Hospitals, which use large amounts of both electricity and thermal energy, are increasingly embracing combined heat and power.
Representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the City of Cleveland were on hand Monday at the city’s Fire Station No. 1 to recognize local leaders in DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge.
FERC clears way for purchase of Duke's Midwest power plants • Enbridge says low oil prices won't slow Minnesota pipeline plans • Drilling company seeks exemption to North Dakota flaring rules • Exelon says "we're not looking for a bailout" for Illinois nuclear plants
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