Renewable energy


In 2011, we completed the largest wind generation site in the state – Glacier Hills Wind Park in Columbia County to complement our Blue Sky Green Field Wind Energy Center in Fond du Lac County, completed in 2008. In addition, we purchase renewable generation from other energy producers with sites in Wisconsin and surrounding states.

Wisconsin's renewable energy requirements along with growth of the state's Focus on Energy renewable energy programs for customers of We Energies and other major utilities in the state and the decreasing price of customer owned renewable energy generation has influenced us to end our own renewable energy incentive programs. However, we continue to offer Energy for Tomorrow renewable energy for our customers, and we continue to support Wisconsin's Focus on Energy and Michigan's Efficiency United.

Information on renewable energy programs and incentives is available from Wisconsin Focus on Energy or by calling 800-762-7077. Customers installing and interconnecting renewable energy electric generation must comply with Wisconsin Administrative Code Rules, Chapter PSC 119. Information on customer interconnection requirements can be obtained online or by calling us at 800-714-7777 ext. 7700.

Energy for Tomorrow® renewable energy program

You can buy all or part of your energy from renewable resources.

Residential
Small business
Large business
List of participating businesses
Energy for Tomorrow newsletter (PDF 1.1mb)

Renewable energy education

We Energies renewable energy facilities map
Customer-owned renewable energy success stories and live data
Online wind turbine tour
Third-party online resources
Market Analysis for Solar Home Builder Partnership Program

Installers, site assessors, trade allies

Wisconsin customer-owned generation
Michigan customer-owned generation



wind turbine

Wisconsin

Focus on Energy offers renewable energy and energy efficiency incentives and information.
Go to Focus on Energy

Michigan

Efficiency United offers energy conservation programs and solutions to reduce energy consumption.
Go to Efficiency United