A clean energy group estimates the proposed charge would cost a typical residential solar customer $180 a year.
A recently appointed Public Service Commission chair faces a confirmation hearing Tuesday in the state Senate.
Eagle Point Solar president Barry Shear says he’s prepared to take his case to state’s top court to clarify rules.
Outspoken members of Milwaukee’s city council appear determined to reject We Energies’ proposal to install solar on six city buildings, saying the utility is misinterpreting state law in trying to prevent it from working with a third-party developer.
When it comes to Wisconsin energy policy, the lack of voter concern shows. The consequences are becoming apparent now as investor-owned utilities and their supportive regulators make decisions that reduce customer choice and strengthen monopoly market control.