Minn. PUC outlines next steps to help accelerate EV growth
Minnesota utility regulators yesterday said transportation electrification has consumer and environmental benefits for the state and utilities have a key role in helping enable more electric vehicles on state roadways.
'Rent-a-roof' solar plan hits headwind in Wis.
Wisconsin utility regulators could rule later this month on a proposal by the state's largest utility, We Energies, to lease rooftops from commercial and industrial customers for solar installations.
PUC punts on wind project to weigh labor issue
The winds of change are blowing in Minnesota's energy sector as thousands of megawatts of renewable energy are coming online to replace aging fossil fuel plants.
Mo. legislators dismiss climate change as a policy priority
ST. LOUIS — Leaders of Missouri's House and Senate committees that oversee utilities provided a sneak preview on issues that could be addressed during the upcoming legislative session that starts in January.
Mo. seeks to tie charging investment to EV sales growth
A request by Ameren Missouri to have customers fund millions of dollars in electric vehicle-charging infrastructure goes on trial before the state Public Service Commission tomorrow.