State’s move from fossil fuels accelerated by retiring coal plants; JCRAR extends leeway to DWD’s UI work search requirements
 Statewide announcements to retire coal-fired power plants is adding to Wisconsin’s rapid move away from fossil fuels.

In 2019, for the first time in more than three decades, coal-fired power plants provided less than half of Wisconsin’s electricity net generation. Gov. Tony Evers set a goal last August for the state to produce carbon-free electricity by 2050.

This year, a trio of Wisconsin’s largest utilities have announced plans to retire more coal plants in an effort to cut emissions and deliver savings for customers.

*Dairyland Power Cooperative announced...

Ken Notes: Read this... We need to support our providers who are now moving in the right direction.

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