An Exelon Corp. executive told Illinois legislators Wednesday that the fate of three unprofitable nuclear plants in the state will be decided later this summer.
Community solar developers in Minnesota are accusing Xcel Energy of openly defying state regulators in its effort to prevent multiple projects to be co-located at the same site.
As it has in Minnesota, Xcel Energy will soon be offering community solar to its customers in Wisconsin, albeit on a much smaller scale.
A robust and vocal opposition is pushing back in Kansas City as officials discuss an ordinance that would require owners of large buildings to begin disclosing their energy and water use.
After talks with solar developers reached an impasse, Xcel Energy announced plans Tuesday to strictly limit the size of community solar projects in Minnesota.
Wisconsin regulators approve Wisconsin Energy / Integrys deal • Regulators OK new Michigan nuclear reactor, but it may never be built • Minnesota co-ops buy out investor-owned utility • Xcel rescues stalled North Dakota wind project
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