By Paul Snyder We Energies on Monday submitted its application to the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin for a $255 million biomass plant in Rothschild. We Energies spokesman Brian Manthey said the project, which will be built on the same ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Resistance from Columbia County landowners threatens We Energies’ attempt to build 90 turbines for the Glacier Hills Wind Park. Randolph resident Pete DeBoer, for instance, said the utility offered him $2,000 per year and a $5,000 bonus ...Read More »
A sampling of construction projects in greater Milwaukee: Project: Eckstein Hall Owner: Marquette University, Milwaukee Lead contractor: Opus Corp., Minneapolis Lead architect/engineer: Shepley Bullfinch Richardson & Abbott Inc., Boston, in partnership with Opus Architects & Engineers, Minneapolis Completion date: July ...
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By Sean Ryan People in Rothschild have a lot of questions about how We Energies’ proposed $250 million biomass plant project will affect their neighborhood. The community has not heard much about the project since representatives from the state and ...Read More »
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee-based We Energies faces fines of $35,000 for violations found during an investigation into this summer’s death of a utility employee burned when steam escaped from a pipe. The worker, William Kaiserling, suffered second- and third-degree burns ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Chicago-based Invenergy LLC wants to finance its 100-turbine wind farm project near Green Bay with We Energies’ money and has put the decision in public service commissioners’ hands. “It would set a big precedent if they approve ...Read More »