The grant awards, the largest in state history, more than double the $73.6 million in broadband funding the state has provided over the past eight years, including $48 million set aside in the last two-year budget.
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The project is the 11th large-scale solar plant the PSC has approved since 2019. They will have a combined capacity of more than 2,000 megawatts, about 12% of the state’s current total.
Public Service Commissioner Tyler Huebner has recused himself from proceedings related to the Koshkonong Solar Energy Center, a 465-megawatt solar and battery storage facility near Cambridge.
Established with federal Department of Energy funding, the program is intended to promote pre-disaster mitigation through the use of microgrids and trusted places people can go for essential services during major disruptions.
The Public Service Commission voted unanimously Thursday to authorize construction of the 100-megawatt Springfield Solar Farm, a decision highlighting the growing tensions around land use as Wisconsin phases out fossil fuels.
Wisconsin regulators have backed down on demands that operators of a startup that allows private homeowners to rent their swimming pools by the hour said would kill their business.
The court of appeals on Monday upheld regulators’ approval, saying the evidence supports utility claims that the gas plant is a cheaper and more reliable alternative to coal than clean energy sources like wind and solar.
La Crosse-based Dairyland Power Cooperative and Minnesota Power are seeking a loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Utilities Service to finance the $700 million Nemadji Trail Energy Center.
Judge Jacob Frost denied former Public Service Commissioner Mike Huebsch’s emergency motion to block a subpoena filed by opponents of the Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line.
The Darien Solar Energy Center is the ninth utility-scale solar project approved by the Public Service Commission, which has now authorized construction of nearly 1,650 megawatts of solar generation capacity.
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The 74-megawatt Western Mustang facility is Xcel’s first large-scale solar investment in Wisconsin. The utility says it will cost ratepayers $7 million less than alternatives.
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The PSC has now approved construction of eight large-scale solar farms with a collective capacity of nearly 1,400 megawatts and a footprint of about 10,700 acres.
The plant, which would produce enough electricity to supply about 80,000 typical Wisconsin homes, is one of six solar farms that will be owned and operated by Alliant Energy as part of the utility’s plan to replace its coal-fired generators.
The committee includes representatives from each of the five largest investor-owned utilities, renewable energy groups, the state’s consumer advocate, and electric manufacturers and contractors.
The ruling, issued Wednesday, reverses a lower court’s 2019 order that struck down regulatory approval for the Nemadji Trail Energy Center, a controversial 625-megawatt fossil fuel plant.
The Public Service Commission agreed unanimously Thursday to authorize Alliant to purchase six solar farms with a combined capacity of 675 megawatts, enough to power about 175,000 homes.
Safety regulators warned people with kids and pets to immediately stop using a treadmill made by Peloton after one child died and others were injured.
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The Public Service Commission voted Thursday to open an investigation dubbed a “Roadmap to Zero Carbon” to explore the economic and environmental considerations contributing to the deployment of more clean energy technologies.