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Entrepreneur and policy expert Dr. Holmes Hummel says cleantech can thrive in the U.S., but it still faces formidable obstacles.
Wisconsin Energy Corp.'s chief executive said the company is "willing to be an investor" in a new power plant to help alleviate a generation capacity shortfall in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Upcoming meetings of Ohio’s Energy Mandates Study Committee will be open to the public, but the extent to which the public will have a voice in the proceedings remains to be seen.
Clean-energy advocates are calling for the Wisconsin Public Service Commission to investigate a list of 2,500 names submitted in support of utilities in two controversial rate cases.
Let Michigan decide its own energy future. That’s the message industry leaders and state officials drove home Tuesday at the Upper Peninsula Energy Summit in Marquette.
Utilities spend big on midterms • S.S. Badger's coal-ash system to be ready for next season • Study of Ohio reservoir raises new questions about hydropower methane emissions • Industry says fracking saves Americans billions on energy costs
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