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Utility safety: Avoiding disaster requires much more

Utility safety: Avoiding disaster requires much more

Underground utilities — electricity, gas, water, telephone, and high-speed internet — are critical assets, but they also are out of sight and often out of mind.

August 2018

Alliant Energy vows no coal by 2050

In its 2018 Corporate Sustainability Report, Alliant Energy Corp. pledged to stop burning coal to generate electricity by 2050.

August 2018
Favorite sun

Favorite sun

Some might call Chad Sorenson a serial entrepreneur. He’s certainly no stranger to startups, having launched several and sold two.

August 2018
Keeping PACE with energy efficient loans

Keeping PACE with energy efficient loans

The average commercial building wastes 30% of the energy it consumes. With energy costs on the rise — and an increasing focus on sustainability — conserving energy and reducing operating expenses remain a priority for Dane County building owners.

July 2018

Misuse, high costs doom compost program

A seven-year pilot program designed to collect organic materials and deliver them to the area’s only biodigester is ending due to high costs.

June 2018

NovoMoto wins biz plan contest

Kudos to NovoMoto, a Madison startup that won the 2018 Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.

June 2018

Utilities partner on solar project

Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) and WEC Energy Group (WEC), through its Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) subsidiary, will partner on two major solar projects at a cost of $390 million.

June 2018

Water Utility seeks answers after $6M shortfall discovered

The Madison Water Utility’s revenue fell $6 million short in 2017, causing the utility to now look at selling off property and delaying capital projects to make up for the unexpected loss.

May 2018

Area nonprofits to share solar money

RENEW Wisconsin has selected 15 nonprofits around the state to share in grants to install solar electric systems.

May 2018

Tax changes lead to utility bill credits for Wisconsin consumers

A ruling from the Wisconsin Public Service Commission means utility customers around the state will share in the six-month savings their utility companies have banked as a result of the 2017 tax code changes.

May 2018
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