Utilities We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service plan to develop a $446 million solar farm and battery-storage project in Rock and Walworth counties after announcing plans to advance another major renewable-energy project last month.
Wisconsin Public Service Corp. has agreed to clean up contamination at a former manufactured gas plant site in northern Wisconsin.
Bob Bishop is a 61-year-old farmer living in dairy country in southwestern Wisconsin but will stop raising cows because falling dairy prices have put his industry at serious risk.
The project will add a selective catalytic-reduction system to Columbia Energy Unit 2.
A Wisconsin energy company is planning a power plant expansion despite critics’ assertions that a proposed purchase of the utility’s parent company could make the project unnecessary.
Utility regulators approved a rate change Thursday that has renewable-energy advocates fearful for the solar industry’s future in Wisconsin. Yet, representatives of those groups said they would probably not file an appeal and instead hold their fire for another case.
Rate changes that make it harder to recoup money spent on solar panels likely will not be the only shadows cast over that industry in coming years.
A Wisconsin utility's request to raise fixed charges on electricity bills won support from state utility regulators Thursday in a decision that is likely to set a precedent in other rate cases in Wisconsin and perhaps the rest of the country.
Electricity customers, during public hearings this week, testified that increases in utility companies’ rates would discourage conservation and the use of renewable energy.
State regulators decided Friday to give themselves an additional six weeks to a review a proposed $9.1 billion merger between the parent companies of We Energies and the Wisconsin Public Service Corp.
State regulators want to give a consulting company until March 30 to help them decide if they should approve a proposed $9.1 billion merger of We Energies’ and Wisconsin Public Service Corp.’s parent companies.
The parent company of Wisconsin Public Service Corp. is cleaning up environmental pollutants left behind by a manufactured gas plant it operated.
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