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Electric Youth in D.C.; House okays protections; Carbon capture project dropped; Nuke plant construction up; Cease-fire signaled on restructuring

House okays utility wildfire protections Electricity providers would gain freedom to bypass red tape when it impedes clearing vegetation that presents a wildfire hazard on federal lands, under legislation approved

Co-ops and the Federal Budget

As a new federal budget works its way through Congress, your statewide electric co-op association will engage with our legislators to help shape the document that lands on the president’s

Renewables: growth and challenges

Rapid progress but nothing is easy Here’s how big solar energy has become in the United States: A total solar eclipse coming August 21 has utilities planning to prevent power

For the love of barbecue

Nation’s best barbecue chefs to converge at Death’s Door BBQ on Washington Island If you head to Washington Island at the end of the month, you’ll be lucky to find yourself at

Lead on: Wisconsin woman captures top NRECA scholarship

Tessa Otto of Kennan is the winner of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s (NRECA) 2017 Glenn English Scholarship, an award available to qualifying college students through the Glenn English