Energy for Tomorrow

Your business can make a difference in the community and demonstrate its commitment to the environment by purchasing renewable energy. Energy for Tomorrow lets you purchase electricity from renewable resources such as wind and solar.

Purchasing options

Usage percentage: You can choose to have 25, 50 or 100% of your monthly electricity usage charged at the Energy for Tomorrow rate, which is 2.007 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) more than the standard energy charge for purchases less than 70,000 kWh per month. For purchases equal to or greater than 70,000 kWh/month, the renewable energy premium is 1.872 cents/kWh.

Block purchase: You can choose to purchase blocks of renewable energy for 2.007 cents per kWh when purchasing less than 70,000 kWh per month, or 1.872 cents per kWh when purchasing 70,000 kWh or more per month.

Most of the additional charge is used to purchase renewable energy, which is more expensive than traditional sources. Some of the additional charge is used to enroll more participants and to provide program updates.

Program description

Energy for Tomorrow renewable energy program is a tariffed rate rider offered to We Energies electric customers. The tariffs are regulated by the public service commission. All changes to these tariffs must be submitted to and approved by the state public service commission and are subject to regulatory policies and applicable state laws. Notification of changes to Energy for Tomorrow prices will follow regulations set forth by the state public service commission.

Customers signed up for Energy for Tomorrow receive a fuel-cost adjustment (FCA) reduction based on their participation level. A customer at 100% participation pays no FCA, a customer at 50% participation gets a 50% FCA reduction, and a customer at 25% gets a 25% reduction.

The Energy for Tomorrow charge will be on your We Energies energy bill. The charge will be labeled, showing your level of participation and total charge for the billing period. It takes one or two billing periods to activate your Energy for Tomorrow participation.

Large business customers must commit to purchasing Energy for Tomorrow for the balance of the calendar year. This agreement is self-renewing on Jan. 1 of each year. Changes in the agreement are required in writing at least 30 days before the Jan. 1 renewal date.


Energy for Tomorrow is open to most electric customers in our service area.

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Renewable Energy Purchase Agreement mail-in form

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Energy for Tomorrow matches 25, 50 or 100% of your electricity use. Energy for Tomorrow is made up of the following new renewable resources averaged annually. Information provided is both historic and prospective. We base all comparisons on 660 kWh per month. 660 kWh is the average monthly use for a We Energies residential customer. The Energy for Tomorrow rate is administered by the PSCW. Changes to the rate are subject to their rules.

Product 2021 projected mix 2021 actual mix1 2022 projected mix2 General location
Energy for Tomorrow Green-e certified new renewables3
Solar 8% 6% 6% WI
Wind 92% 94% 94% WI
Total 100% 100% 100%  
We Energies overall power mix4
Renewables 5.1% 4.7% 6.2% WI, MI, MN and Manitoba
Coal 33.4% 36.2% 30.8% WI
Natural gas/oil 30.6% 28.5% 23.4% WI
Other 30.9% 30.7% 39.5% WI
Total 100% 100% 100%  
  1. These figures reflect the actual resource mix of electricity delivered to Energy for Tomorrow customers in 2021.
  2. These figures reflect the renewables that we have contracted to provide in 2022. Actual figures may vary according to resource availability.
  3. New renewables come from generation facilities that first began commercial operation in the past 15 years.
  4. For comparison, the current average mix of resources supplying the United States includes: natural gas (40%), coal (19%), nuclear (19%), and renewables (21%). This resource mix is for 2020 as detailed by the U.S. Energy Information Agency.

Green-e Energy Certified Energy for Tomorrow is Green-e certified and meets the environmental and consumer protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more