Renewable-energy advocates are applauding a deal to build the largest-ever solar project in Wisconsin.Read More »
State regulators approved plans Thursday for a $202 million power line that will run for dozens of miles through western Wisconsin's bluff and river country, saying the project will improve regional and local transmission reliability.Read More »
By Paul Snyder A $20 million wind farm proposed for Springfield hinges on whether Sun Prairie-based WPPI Energy will buy electricity and eventually acquire the project. Sun Prairie-based Wave Wind LLC needs an answer from the utility by Tuesday, or ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Members of the state’s Wind Siting Council are deflecting allegations the group is biased toward development. “I think it’s a fairly well-balanced group,” said council member Dwight Sattler, a Fond du Lac County resident and neighbor of ...Read More »
Wisconsin lawmakers’ move to let the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin determine labor standards on energy projects is drawing heavy criticism from construction industry representatives.
Tagged with: Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin Inc. Clean Energy Jobs Act Public Service Commission of Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Administration Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development WPPI EnergyRead 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 We Energies and Bechtel Power Corp. are calling a truce in their feud over the Oak Creek power plant project. The utility and the contractor Monday announced the resolution of a claim Bechtel filed in December 2008 ...Read More »
By Thomas Content Milwaukee Journal Sentinel MILWAUKEE (AP) — The most expensive construction project in state history, We Energies’ new $2.3 billion coal-fired plant in Oak Creek, has begun generating power, having reached several construction milestones in recent months, the ...Read More »