Wisconsin regulators have approved utilities' $433 million purchase of the state's first and largest utility-scale solar project using battery storage in Kenosha County.
The parent company of We Energies announced plans on Tuesday to phase out coal from its energy-generation mix by 2035 by converting coal plants so they run on natural gas and spending more on renewable energy.
We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service are planning to develop in Dane County a nearly $650 million solar and battery-storage project that would be the state's largest when built.
Wisconsin utilities have agreed to spend more than $1 billion to clean up aging coal-fired power plants under a settlement with federal regulators announced Monday.
Wisconsin Public Service is working to restore power to 13,000 customers in northern Wisconsin who lost electricity in a second round of thunderstorms in the utility's service area.
MILWAUKEE (AP) – Strong wind knocked down power lines, toppled trees and shut down construction projects in many areas of Wisconsin. About 21,000 Wisconsin Public Service customers in northeastern and […]
By Paul Snyder The state failed to require adequate pollution controls at the Weston 4 power plant before approving a construction permit for the job, according to a Wisconsin appeals […]
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Winter’s first major snow storm has knocked out power to thousands of people across the state. Alliant Energy officials said the storm cut power to about […]
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin utility says layoffs and furloughs are in the future as it deals with a decline in power usage — primarily in the commercial […]
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