** Invenergy says discussions are underway with Missouri internet providers to provide broadband infrastructure along the Grain Belt Express transmission project.
**Minnesota solar jobs declined nearly 6% in 2019 while the sector grew more than 2% nationally, according to a Solar Foundation report.
** A city outside Omaha, Nebraska, receives state funding from Volkswagen settlement funds to add level 2 and level 3 charging stations.
** A new report finds that even with measures like widespread coal retirements and adoption of electric vehicles, Colorado will fall far short of climate targets passed by the legislature last year.
** A California bill aims to give the state attorney general and local district attorneys the power to hold utility companies accountable for failing to comply with safety regulations.
** The City of Pueblo, Colorado is hopeful it can transition from a fossil-fueled economy once the Comanche Power Generating station shuts down.
** Montana regulators agree to NorthWestern Energy’s request to block details on the utility’s new coal supply contract from becoming public.
** An exploration of the impact of California’s law requiring rooftop solar on new homes finds division in its environmental community.
** PG&E is reporting big losses of $3.6 billion in the fourth quarter of 2019 and $7.7 billion for the year overall, driven by ongoing wildfire costs and charges.
** Western Michigan dairy farms look to partner on a biodigester project that would produce renewable natural gas.