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Wisconsin Public Service Commission

Jul 7, 2022

Wisconsin court sides with former PSC member in Cardinal-Hickory line dispute

The Wisconsin Supreme Court's conservative majority on Thursday sided with a former member of the state Public Service Commission who did not want to testify in court about his personal relationships with utility companies building a new power line that he had voted to approve.

Jan 28, 2021

Environmental groups sue PSC over change to Madison utility’s fixed charge

Two environmental groups are suing the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin over a settlement agreement that they say harms low-income customers and discourages energy-conservation efforts.

Aug 21, 2020

State extends ban on utility disconnections amid COVID-19

State regulators have extended a ban on utility disconnections during the coronavirus pandemic in Wisconsin.

Aug 12, 2020

Seventh Circuit: Utility companies have right to intervene in lawsuit over $500M power line

Three utility companies have the right to intervene in a lawsuit over a proposed $500 million high-voltage power line in southwestern Wisconsin, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday.

Aug 5, 2020

Opponents of utility projects allege bias by ex-regulator

A former state regulator applied to become CEO of one of Wisconsin's largest utility companies just months after voting to approve two of its projects, prompting opponents of the plans to accuse him of bias.

Jun 23, 2016

For Nowak, actions speak louder than words

Ellen Nowak said she has followed an interesting path to her current position as the chairperson of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.


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