In coal-reliant Wisconsin, corporate utilities are beginning to chart a new path to a low-carbon future—one built on large centralized solar and wind farms and transmission lines to move electricity to where it’s needed. But some are clamoring for a new kind of decentralized model, one where ordinary citizens can generate their own clean power locally, and reap the benefits. Read the story.
Residents Want a Stake in Wisconsin’s Clean Energy Transition
By Chris Hubbuch, Wisconsin State Journal
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