All this good renewable and efficiency news reported in a single day by Midwest Energy News
June 5, 2019

• Three years after the Dakota Access pipeline protests in North Dakota, tribes are pushing for more solar energy in the region. (Rolling Stone)
• Anheuser-Busch signs a power purchase agreement for a 222 MW solar project that will help it meet its goal to purchase 100% renewable energy. (Greentech Media)
• A city in southeastern Nebraska considers whether to partner with other cities on a jointly owned solar project. (KWBE)

EFFICIENCY: A new ordinance in Des Moines, Iowa, requires about 800 buildings to report their energy usage to the city in an effort to promote energy efficiency. (WHO-TV)

STORAGE: Battery storage will play a larger role in Wisconsin as utilities rely more on renewable energy. (WUWM)

CLIMATE: Presidential contender and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee discusses climate change and transitioning from fossil fuels during a campaign stop in Detroit. (Michigan Advance)

CLEAN ENERGY: Cleveland is among U.S. cities with a strong push for clean energy despite a lack of federal and statewide policy. (GreenBiz)

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