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PSC approves 5-fold solar expansion in Wisconsin
by Tyler Huebner, Contributor
Power Engineering Magazine Translate This Article
16 April 2019
On 16 April 2019 Power Engineering Magazine reported:
Last week at its Open Meeting, the Wisconsin Public Service Commission approved five interrelated cases that will lead to a five-fold expansion of solar energy in Wisconsin. By RENEW Wisconsin's estimates, the state of Wisconsin closed 2018 with about 103 megawatts of solar power, about 80 percent of that residing on homes and buildings, directly serving the customers who bought the solar arrays.
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Taken together, these five new solar projects account for approximately 749 megawatts of new solar power. If all are approved and built, they would supply 2.1 percent of Wisconsin's annual electricity needs, and produce enough power to equal the annual usage of about 185,000 homes in Wisconsin. Beyond these projects, at least 4,000 megawatts of additional large-scale solar projects are being explored and developed in Wisconsin.
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