Listen to Jeffrey Foucault's interview with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich.
For non-musicians, the skills of an accomplished singer-songwriter are almost too much to reconcile - the idea that smart words and evocative melodies would both come to the mind of the same person. Both skills require a ton of hard work, of course, but the finished product often sounds effortless.
Reporter Maria Gallucci speaks with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich.
As we've heard on our Project Milwaukee: Power Switch coverage, Wisconsin utilities are required to generate ten percent of their electricity from sustainable sources, such as solar, wind, or biomass. They're standards that were created by the state legislature.
The majority of energy the U.S. produces comes from coal. The same holds true for Wisconsin. However, natural gas has been gaining, because producers have found a cheaper way to extract it, using sand.