Talen and the other companies suggested they could cut carbon emissions to levels equal to 20% of what pollution levels were in 2005.
NorthWestern Energy intends to build a $250 million, 175-megawatt power plant in Laurel as part of a plan to add 325 megawatts of dispatchable power to its Montana portfolio.
Talen Energy, in a joint venture with Pattern Energy, is pursuing lease agreements for a wind farm in a targeted project area of roughly 14 square miles in Rosebud and Treasure counties.
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Only three power plants buying Montana coal now indicate they could still be burning coal beyond 2030.
It's true: A small number of wind turbines did ice up. But Texas utility companies recorded failures across a suite of fuel sources, both fossil fuels and renewables.
No, there were not rolling blackouts across Montana on Tuesday.
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If the green tariff plan goes through, people who want to buy power from new renewable energy sources in Montana could opt-in to the program. A Missoula County official said it's not a tax.
Construction of what’s expected to be Montana’s largest wind farm will begin in 2021 just beyond the shadow the coal-fired Colstrip Power Plant.
Another Montana solar project has won a state Supreme Court ruling against NorthWestern Energy and the Montana Public Service Commission, which “chose unlawful methodologies” to render a solar farm near Billings uneconomical.
Atlantic City Electric has restored service to nearly all of its coverage area following Tropical Storm Isaias and the storms that moved through South Jersey on Thursday and Friday.
A major owner of Colstrip Power Plant has signed a 15-year contract for Montana hydropower from Energy Keepers, which is owned by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
Crews in northwestern Montana expected to spend at least the rest of this week restoring services to customers and clearing hundreds of trees downed by a recent storm.
For nearly half a century, the deserts and plains of the American West have been punctuated by coal-burning furnaces and towering smokestacks — hulking power stations that have sustained small-town economies and fueled the growth of the region's major cities, from Los Angeles to Phoenix to Seattle.
High winds Saturday caused power outages throughout western Montana, flipping a semi-truck and downing several power lines, leading to road closures along area highways.
In the hills around Rapelje, where jackrabbits far outnumber people, there’s a renewable energy powerhouse in the making.
Montana’s consumer advocate says that NorthWestern Energy’s 20-year power plan could deny customers lower prices offered on the free market.