WEC Energy Group
WEC Energy Group executives were optimistic over a new large industrial customer and new capacity additions during a second-quarter earnings call.
WEC Energy Group’s first-quarter earnings dipped year-over-year, owing to one of the mildest winters in its service territory in more than a century.
WEC Energy Group leadership plugged the billions per year they’ll spend on transforming their utility’s energy mix during a year-end earnings call.
MISO said its markets will need renovation as it braces for systems rife with renewables and extreme weather uncertainty.
WEC Energy Group managed a 2-cent EPS improvement in the second quarter over last year, with several factors offsetting the pandemic’s impact.
WEC Energy Group reported year-end net income of $1.13 billion ($3.58/share), up from $1.06 billion ($3.34/share) in 2018.
The NERC Board of Trustees approved Wisconsin Public Service Corp.’s and Upper Michigan Energy Resources’ requests to move to ReliabilityFirst from MRO.
Cold weather and a stronger regional economy helped boost WEC Energy Group’s first-quarter (Q1 2018) earnings above expectations.
WEC Energy Group’s 2017 earnings surged 28% to $1.2 billion, boosted by a late-year cold snap and federal tax cuts.
A Milwaukee city official is questioning why ratepayers must pick up the tab to interconnect Foxconn’s proposed plant to the southwestern Wisconsin grid.
Want more? Advanced Search