We Energies is partnering with police to share an important safety message: Stop scams now.
We Energies is proposing the 165-acre facility in Ixonia because of the available land and proximity to existing natural gas lines. The result would be a tower dotting the horizon.
Spartacus, a 6-year-old, 6-pound Pomeranian from Caledonia, Wisconsin, was named our new safe digging “ambassadog”!
MILWAUKEE -- A crew from We Energies is on the scene near 23rd and Clarke in Milwaukee -- where a contractor reportedly struck a nearby gas line.Officials with We Energies say they are "making the area safe and are working to stop the flow of gas."This is a developing story.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies is looking for an adorable “ambassa-dog” to star in this year’s safe digging campaign.
MILWAUKEE -- The We Energies Foundation has committed more than $500,000 in donations to health care, emergency response and other nonprofit organizations on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19.That includes a special donation to the Milwaukee Fire Department so they can purchase adapters to make their existing personal protective equipment more effective against COVID-19.To date, the We Energies Foundation has pledged more than:
MADISON -- The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) voted Thursday, June 11 to lift the temporary moratorium on utility disconnections during the coronavirus pandemic.
MILWAUKEE -- The We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) peregrine falcon chicks are moving on to the next stage of their lives.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies officials say as of noon Friday, May 22 approximately 50 buildings on the west side of the Milwaukee River are without steam service.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies asked you to name their peregrine falcon chicks after your favorite things about Wisconsin, and now that the results are in, we're sensing a pattern.
MILWAUKEE -- Hundreds of Milwaukee residents have been without hot water or heat for the last couple of days due to flooded steam tunnels.
MILWAUKEE -- All lanes on I-794 eastbound and westbound were temporarily closed between the Marquette Interchange and the Lake Interchange Monday morning, May 18 because of a utility emergency.According to We Energies, heavy rain caused flooding in parts of the steam system in downtown Milwaukee – creating large steam plumes."We are investigating a steam system outage that is impacting some customers.
FRANKLIN -- We Energies crews on Friday morning, May 15 were called out to the report of a service line that was struck on Briarwood Drive in Franklin.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies is alerting customers to an increase in utility scam calls hitting the Milwaukee and Appleton areas in the past week.According to We Energies, scammers are calling or leaving messages for customers, saying they are from We Energies.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies officials on Sunday, May 3 announced the arrival of the first two peregrine falcon chicks of the 2020 season.The little balls of fluff hatched overnight at Valley Power Plant in Milwaukee, officials said.If all goes well, the rest of the eggs at We Energies' four nest sites across the state should begin to hatch soon.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies wants you to help name their peregrine falcon chicks after your favorite things about Wisconsin.Starting Tuesday, April 28 and running through Sunday, May 17, you can vote on your favorite names.
MILWAUKEE — Storms knocked out power to thousands of people overnight.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies is alerting customers to an increase in utility scam calls hitting the Milwaukee area.A news release says scammers are calling customers saying they are from We Energies.
MADISON -- The winter moratorium for disconnections of water, electric and natural gas service used for home heating as a result of non-payment is set to expire on Wednesday, April 15, but utilities cannot drop customers until Governor Tony Evers lifts his "Safer at Home" order issued in an effort to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) — part of the WEC Energy Group family of companies — announced Tuesday, April 14 they are contributing $1 million through their charitable foundations to help communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.According to a press release, the foundations will provide grants to nonprofit organizations supporting front-line efforts — primarily hospitals, first responders and food pantries.“At a time like this, our commitment to the safety and welfare of our employees and the communities we serve has never been more critical,” said Kevin Fletcher, president and CEO — WEC Energy Group. “Our foundations have supported organizations serving our communities for decades.