- In the fossil fuels economy, Wisconsin is a donor state. There's no oil, natural gas, or coal under the state's rolling terrain, so millions of dollars leave Wisconsin every day to buy energy from the many "beneficiary" states and nations of our fossil fuel age.
Wisconsin's donor-state status isn't going to change soon, despite the bes......Full article >>>
able energy equivalent to their consumption. In addition to conservation technologies and practices, the projects could involve solar or wind power, fuel cells, or greater reliance on renewable fuels, such as biomass.
These are laudable ideas. They illustrate how government can lead by example or by underwriting projects that might otherwise not take place......Full article >>>
sin, which relies on nuclear power for 20 percent of its electricity, two existing nuclear plants are 30 years old. What happens when those plants are finally retired? That's a gap that won't be plugged by sawdust and switchgrass alone.
Wisconsin has a moratorium on building nuclear power plants, a 1980s law passed amidst Three Mile Island hysteria and legitim......Full article >>>
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