The Wisconsin Public Service Commission sent its bienniel report to the legislature on the Rate and Revenue Impacts fo the state's Renewable Energy Standard. As the PSC wrote in an accompanying letter to the Governor, "Using two different perspectives, the report summarizes the overall effect of Wisconsin’s RPS on Wisconsin ratepayers from 2008 to 2010, concluding ratepayers paid nearly $210 million from the perspective of new renewable generation or, from the perspective of new renewable electricity sales, approximately $191 million. These dollar amounts translate into an approximately 1.09 percent and 1.00 percent rate and revenue impact, respectively."
© 2013 Wind on the Wires, All Rights Reserved
State's Renewable Energy Fund Lacks Power to Fulfill PurposeMidAmerican's wind energy project is $1.9 billion windfall for IowaClean Energy & Jobs Campaign Rally is Huge SuccessUtilities fight proposal that could lower your bill
MISOMedia NewsletterPTCPartnership UpdatesPast EventsRPSRegulatory CommissionsSitingWind is cheaptransmission
beth soholt, blattner, capx2020, clean energy, clean line energy, clinton, coal, competitive procurement, cost, costs, docket er12-309, doe, economic development, ellison, emf, entergy, enxco, ercot, ferc, gala, gouged by the wind, governor dayton, grant, grid, health impacts, illinois, illinois state university, indiana, iowa, jobs, justin pickar, kfyrtv, kuehn, mccollum, members meetings, michigan, minnesota, miso, mortenson, natural gas, north dakota, pac, pjm, policy, prices, protest, ptc, public utilities commission, queue reform, rates, regulators, renewable energy, renewable portfolio standards, res, rothman, rps, scott, siting, soholt, solar, south dakota, sutley, tenaska, tony clark, transmission, wapa, wind, windlogics, wisconsin, wowe
Not a Member? Want to know more?
Already a Member? Need web access?