News Articles


March 29, 2019

WEPCO is seeking rate increases for its electric, gas and steam utilities. It is a net increase of $83 million or 2.9% to retail electric rates in 2020 and another 2.9% step increase in 2021. 


March 28, 2019

WPSC requested a net increase of $48.6 million or 4.9% for electric rates in 2020 and another step increase of 4.9% in 2021.


March 11, 2019

Proposed Kenosha County solar farm could feature Wisconsin’s first utility-scale 50 MW battery.


March 8, 2019

PSC chairwoman says Evers’ clean energy plan “achievable and reasonable.”


March 2, 2019

“Despite industry ties, Wisconsin’s top regulator vows independence, public involvement.”


February 13, 2019

WEC Energy Group utilities in Wisconsin to seek rate increase. WEPCO, WG and WPSC are planning a “modest” ask after rate freeze.


December 14, 2018

The PSC approved WPL’s $255 million application to construct a 150 MW wind farm in Iowa.


November 29, 2018

After a fuel adjustment, the PSC officially approved MGE’s rate case/settlement agreement with WIEG, CUB and other parties. The settlement would decrease MGE’s rates by 2.24% in 2019.


September 21, 2018

PSC approved MGE’s rate case/settlement agreement with WIEG, CUB and other parties. The settlement would decrease MGE’s electric rates by 1.94% in 2019.


August 3, 2018

PSC approved WPL’s settlement agreement with WIEG and CUB to freeze its base electric and natural gas rates through 2020


July 27, 2018

Consumer groups challenge Wisconsin regulators over rate assessment


July 18, 2018

MGE proposes electric rate decrease settlement with WIEG, CUB and other parties


May 31, 2018

WPSC and MGE plan to partner on $390 million large-scale solar projects


May 31, 2018

Alliant proposes 150 MW wind farm in Iowa for WPL customers


May 26, 2018

WPL proposes rate freeze settlement with WIEG and CUB


May 25, 2018

PSC orders Wisconsin investor owned utility to issue federal tax refunds in July


May 24, 2018

Customer groups get nowhere in request to set aside savings from We Energies plant shutdown


May 21, 2018

We Energies plans 49-mile, $187 million gas pipeline to station near Foxconn site


May 2, 2018

Foxconn project prompts We Energies to move up plans for natural gas upgrades


April 30, 2018

Wisconsin utility companies are told to credit customers $130 million