CUB News

March 6, 2017: Citizens Utility Board Hires New Executive Director

For Immediate Release:   March 6, 2017 More Information:             Tom Content, 608-251-3322 x. 12, 414-550-4712 (cell) CUB: Citizens Utility Board Hires New Executive Director MADISON — Citizens Utility Board of Wisconsin (CUB) is pleased to announce that it has hired Tom Content as its new

April 20, 2011: Wisconsin Nuclear Expansion Plan: Groups Advise Caution

For Immediate Release: April 20, 2011 Wisconsin Nuclear Expansion Plan: Groups Advise Caution Madison, WI – As Japanese workers continue to struggle to gain control over radiation leaking from the Fukushima Daiichi reactors, the Citizens Utility Board (CUB) and Clean Wisconsin urge the

July 6, 2010: CUB Sues PSC Regarding Subsidies for Industrial Customers

For Immediate Release: July 6, 2010 CUB Sues PSC Regarding Subsidies for Industrial Customers MADISON – The Citizens Utility Board filed a lawsuit on Friday, July 2 against the Public Service Commission for its decision to allow Wisconsin Power & Light to give discounts to industrial

April 16, 2010: CEJA Will Reduce Electricity Bills

For Immediate Release: April 16, 2010 Clean Energy Jobs Act Will Reduce Electricity Bills MADISON – The Citizens Utility Board would like to note that the energy efficiency and renewable energy provisions of the Clean Energy Jobs Act, as amended, will result in lower electricity bills

December 3, 2009: CUB Supports Gov. Doyle on Global Warming

For Immediate Release: December 3, 2009 Citizens Utility Board Supports Recommendations of Gov. Doyle’s Task Force on Global Warming Statement of Charlie Higley, Executive Director “Despite the inaccurate assertions by Rep. Mike Huebsch, the Citizens Utility Board supports the

February 24, 2009: CUB and PSC Develop Energy Efficiency Program

For Immediate Release: February 24, 2009 Citizens Utility Board and Wisconsin Public Service Corporation to Develop Innovative Energy Efficiency and Conservation Program Madison and Green Bay, WI – The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) and Wisconsin Public Service Corporation (WPS) have