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The rise of a teeming, well-funded industry dedicated to managing and presenting a homeowner's energy is forcing utilities into some unsettling new territory.
Expanding proposals for more pipeline capacity by Enbridge, as well as plans to ship tar sands crude oil across Lake Superior and other Great Lakes, are astonishing in their sheer scale.
Advocates in Chicago want their city to be the most energy efficient in the nation. But they'll need a little help to get there.
Ohio businesses can achieve high energy efficiency and save huge amounts of money with combined heat and power, but regulatory and legislative landscape have made it harder to reap those benefits.
Solar installers, the businesses supposedly causing heartburn for old-school utilities across much of the country, are staring at their own "death spiral" in Missouri.
Momentum builds to revive wind tax credit • Oklahoma bill would allow utilities to charge solar customers extra • Crews still working to clean up oil spill at Ohio nature preserve • Efficiency bill still alive in Senate
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