Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Tyler Huebner

Apr 1, 2022

Regulators approve natural gas plant near Wausau

State regulators have approved plans for a $171 million natural gas plant near Wausau, despite opposition from ratepayers, environmentalists and renewable-energy advocates.

Jan 27, 2022

PSC deadlock leaves third-party solar financing in legal limbo

Wisconsin regulators deadlocked Thursday on a dispute between the city of Milwaukee and We Energies over whether energy customers should be able to buy renewable power from a party other than a large utility.

Nov 4, 2021

Regulators advance $370M liquified-gas plants in Jefferson, Walworth counties

Regulators signed off Thursday on We Energies' $370 million plan to build a pair of liquified-natural-gas plants in Jefferson and Walworth counties over opposition from environmental groups and residents.

Jul 29, 2021

Regulators stall on request to revisit Cardinal-Hickory approval in light of secret messages

The Wisconsin Public Service Commission deadlocked Thursday on a request to rescind and reconsider the nearly $500 million Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line following a revelation last month that a former regulator had communicated secretly with proponents of the project.

May 20, 2021

Regulators approve nearly $200M Onion River Solar project in Sheboygan County

Regulators approved plans on Thursday for the construction of a nearly $200 million, 150-megawatt solar farm in Sheboygan County, a project set for eventual purchase by Alliant Energy.

Apr 30, 2021

Regulators approve $250M Grant County solar farm

Wisconsin regulators signed off Thursday on a developer's plan to build a nearly $250 million solar farm on 1,400 acres in Grant County as part of Alliant Energy's plans to replace coal-fired energy with solar power.

Apr 22, 2021

Alliant Energy wins approval for $900M worth of solar projects

Wisconsin regulators on Thursday approved Alliant Energy's plans to build more than $900 million of solar generation in six projects throughout the state, as part of the utility's plans to pivot toward renewable energy and away from coal.

Feb 26, 2021

Valcq, Huebner reappointed to PSC top spots

Gov. Tony Evers has reappointed Chairperson Rebecca Cameron Valcq for an additional two-year term as chairperson and Commissioner Tyler Huebner to a full six-year term as commissioner to the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.

Mar 6, 2020

Recently approved projects pave way for future solar development

Four solar farms recently approved by the Public Service Commission are expected to contribute up to 2% of Wisconsin’s electricity supply. Renewable-energy advocates and landowners alike say these are exactly the sorts of projects that are paving the way for continued growth.

Dec 20, 2019

Regulators give OK to 100MW solar farm in Manitowoc County

State regulators on Thursday signed off on plans for a solar farm in Manitowoc County, approving the latest in a series of large-scale solar projects this year.

Jul 25, 2019

ON THE LEVEL: In 6 years at RENEW, Huebner sees big changes in solar industry

The solar industry has certainly changed since Tyler Huebner took over the reins at RENEW Wisconsin in 2013.

Apr 15, 2019

Study: Wisconsin adds clean energy jobs amid national drop

Wisconsin added nearly 1,800 new clean-energy jobs last year despite a slowing of growth in the industry nationwide, according to a new report.


Is the labor shortage getting:

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Today’s News

See All Today's News

Project Profiles

See All Project Profiles