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Action by Congress, PSC Could Aid Struggling Utility Customers

Legislation approved Monday by Congress will provide help to utility customers behind on their bills and low-income customers of water and wastewater utilities. In addition, the state Public Service Commission on Tuesday approved an arrearage forgiveness program for low-income customers of Alliant Energy Corp. who are behind on their utility bills. “Taken together, these are …

April 1, 2010: Residential Ratepayers Subsidize Industrial Customers

For Immediate Release: April 1, 2010 Residential Ratepayers Will Likely Subsidize Industrial Customers MADISON – The Citizens Utility Board is sorely disappointed by yesterday’s decision by the Public Service Commission, which will allow Wisconsin Power & Light to give discounts to industrial customers that will likely be subsidized by residential customers and others. Wisconsin Power …

August 28, 2009: Electricity Consumers Sue PSC Regarding Wind Farm

For Immediate Release: August 28, 2009 Electricity Consumers Sue PSC Regarding Wind Farm PSC Ignored Law in Approving Half-Billion-Dollar Project MADISON – The Wisconsin Industrial Energy Group and the Citizens Utility Board today filed a lawsuit against the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) for ignoring state law in approving a wind power project to …

July 5, 2005: Nuclear Plant Sale Will Not Result In Customer Benefits

For Immediate Release: July 05, 2005 CUB: Kewaunee Nuclear Plant Sale Will Not Result In Promised Customer Benefits MADISON – The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) countered the claims today of Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) and Wisconsin Power and Light (WP&L) that the sale of the Kewaunee nuclear power plant would result in customer benefits. “Every …

May 20, 2005: CUB Takes PSC to Court to Stop Nuke Sale

For Immediate Release: May 20, 2005 CUB Takes PSC to Court to Stop Nuke Sale MADISON – Today the Citizens Utility Board (CUB) filed a lawsuit against the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) to stop the sale of a nuclear power plant to an out-of-state, unregulated energy company. “In approving the sale, the PSC …