Natural gas operations in Broadview Heights, Ohio, take place next door to homes. (Photo courtesy of Tish O'Dell)
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is siding with two oil and gas companies in a court case challenging a Cleveland suburb’s ban on oil and gas drilling within city limits.
Midwest Energy News is taking a break for Thanksgiving. Site updates and the email digest will return on Monday, December 1.
Despite an aging nuclear fleet and slow development of new power plants, two young leaders in the industry recently spent three days in Minnesota working to attract college students to the field.
The Michigan Public Service Commission announced this week that it will be the first state energy agency in the country to use Property Assessed Clean Energy financing for efficiency projects at its new headquarters.
The uncertain future of the Upper Peninsula’s largest coal-fired power plant have lit a new fire under a long-simmering debate about potentially uniting with the rest of Michigan into a single power distribution system.
Illinois judge denies request to prevent fracking rules from taking effect • First meeting of Ohio energy standards committee off to a shaky start • Ohio regulators approve utility request to suspend efficiency programs • Tens of thousands lose power after high winds cause damage in Michigan
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