We are generating more energy from renewable resources. We use wind, solar and biomass to meet customer demand and the state of Wisconsin’s Renewable Portfolio Standard.
In May 2008, the Blue Sky Green Field Wind Energy Center began operating 88 wind turbines in the towns of Marshfield and Calumet in northeast Fond du Lac County. The site is designed to generate 145 megawatts of electricity, and is capable of powering more than 36,000 residential homes.
Blue Sky Green Field Wind Energy Center details
In December 2011, the Glacier Hills Wind Park began operating 90 turbines in the towns of Randolph and Scott in Columbia County.
Glacier Hills Wind Park details
In 1999, two wind turbines were placed into service in Byron, Wis., each generating 660 kilowatts.