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Wisconsin has lagged behind its western neighbors in renewable energy development, but earlier this year, the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin approved a five-fold expansion of Wisconsin’s solar capacity. This is good news for Wisconsin’s electricity consumers because it means fewer carbon emissions, cleaner air and sending less money out of the state to buy fossil fuels. The projects approved this spring are just the tip of the iceberg: Lower prices mean that solar is growing much more quickly than many people realize.
Wisconsin is poised on the edge of a solar-energy revolution. Read about how solar development is surging in the Dairy State.