Wis. utility to close coal plant blamed for high costs
Wisconsin's second largest electric utility on Friday said it will shut down its Edgewater coal-fired power plant on Lake Michigan by the end of 2022 as it continues a transition to cleaner energy.
Ohio approves nation's 1st freshwater offshore wind project
Ohio yesterday unanimously approved the Icebreaker wind farm, North America's first offshore freshwater project. But will it move forward?
A second wave of pain: Looming utility shut-offs
Power, gas and water utilities across the United States moved swiftly during the coronavirus outbreak to impose voluntary bans on shut-offs. But those moratoriums are set to expire June 1, raising concerns the pandemic could create a new electricity and public health crisis.
Coronavirus and electricity: 4 takeaways from CEOs
Power company CEOs are outlining in more detail how the coronavirus pandemic is hitting electricity demand, coal, renewables and utilities' financial futures.
Industrial electricity demand plummets across Midwest
From Rust Belt auto plants to the iron ore-producing region of Minnesota, the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is slowing or idling factories across the industrial Midwest.