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WPPI Energy is a regional power company "serving 51 customer-owned electric utilities" which in turn supply electricity to consumers in Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and Iowa.[1]

Settling Permit case and funding a Climate change Group

In July 2009 Governor Jim Doyle announced the formation of the Wisconsin Climate Change Action Initiative with an initial $5 million contributions from We Energies, Madison Gas & Electric and WPPI Energy. Doyle stated that the group would work "to increase voluntary conservation practices that will save money and have positive environmental impacts" and "will focus on providing education, practical advice and expertise to residents, communities and businesses." Doyle stated that initial funding would be "provided through a $5 million contribution from We Energies, Madison Gas & Electric and WPPI Energy under an agreement with Clean Wisconsin and Sierra Club to resolve outstanding permit issues" related to the Oak Creek Units 1 & 2.[2]

Contact Details

WPPI Energy
1425 Corporate Center Drive
Sun Prairie, WI 53590-9109
Ph: (608) 834-4500
Fx: (608) 837-0274
Email: contact AT wppienergy.org
Website: http://www.wppienergy.org

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  1. WPPI Energy, [http://www.wppienergy.org/whoweare "Who We Are", WPPI Energy website, accessed July 2009.
  2. Governor Jim Doyle, "Governor Doyle Announces Nonprofit Organization to Promote Greenhouse Gas Reduction Efforts", Media Release, July 17, 2009.

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