WMC submitted comments to the Public Service Commission (PSC) raising concerns about proposed changes to the state’s ratepayer-funded energy efficiency program (Focus on Energy). The PSC is considering unilaterally expanding the program to include incentives for fuel switching, and other priorities for electrification and “decarbonization.” WMC raised concerns about the lawfulness of the proposed changes and their potential impact to businesses.
WMC Submits Comments to Public Service Commission on Focus on Energy Program
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Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) sat down with the leading Republican candidates for Attorney General recently to ask them about their priorities if elected and
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) sat down with the leading Republican candidates for Lieutenant Governor recently to ask them about their priorities if elected and
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