Energy & Environment

Milwaukee-based WEC Energy Group Inc. today reported its first quarterly earnings.
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A reorganization launched Tuesday by the depleted Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources divides protection for water quality between two divisions and leaves other environmental protection programs in a “business support” division.
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A Michigan company's proposal to develop a convenience store on Riverside Drive garnered the Allouez Plan Commission's approval in spite of concerns.
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The Recycling Center at the East Gate of 2026 New Jersey Ave. will be closed July 29.
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering requests from the wind energy industry to exempt wind turbines in Wisconsin and nationwide from new rules to protect threatened bats, even as a fungal disease has killed millions of the creatures.
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MillerCoors, We Energies and several local union leaders will voice their support of the proposed legislation to fund a new Milwaukee sports and entertainment arena at a joint press conference Tuesday, ahead of an expected Wednesday vote on the standalone bill.
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Ecolab is investing in a new distribution center in Beloit located at the former Southeastern Container building, 1630 Apex Drive.
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Menomonee Falls-based ZBB Energy Corp. is changing its name to EnSync Inc., the company announced today. Additionally, the developer of energy management systems solutions announced the approval of a transaction with Solar Power Inc. that could potentially lead to majority ownership for the China-based company.
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Mississippi Valley Conservancy received a $10,000 grant from 3M to improve the community accessibility and wildlife habitat of MVC’s newest addition to the Sugar Creek Bluff State Natural Area. The 144-acre new addition is open for public recreation and environmental education.
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