What's happening in the world of MGE? Find the latest updates here.
08/27/2013 MGE Installs State's First Electric Vehicle Quick Charger Near Interstate 90/94
05/13/2013 MGE Turns to Facebook, 'Game of Thrones' to Name Newly Hatched Falcon Chicks
05/02/2013 2013 Greater Madison Area Directory of High-Tech Companies Available
04/15/2013 MGE Seeks Electric and Gas Rate Freeze
03/01/2013 MGE, Speedway Open Area's First Public CNG Fueling Site
10/18/2012 MGE First Utility in DNR's Top Tier Environmental Leadership Program
09/12/2012 MGE Vehicle Charging Station Network Complete, Operating as Electric Cars Hit the Road
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Wisconsin Legislative Issues—MGE is a founding member of the Customers First! Coalition. Customers First! advocates on behalf of their members on electric policy issues. Track the latest local industry developments through its website at Customers First!
Federal Legislative Issues—MGE is a member of the Transmission Access Policy Study group (TAPS). TAPS advocates on behalf of its members for open and equal transmission access and for strong protections against the exercise of market power in electric markets. Track the latest national industry developments through its website at TAPS.
FERC Issues—The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is an independent regulatory agency within the Department of Energy that regulates the transmission and wholesale sales of electricity in interstate commerce, among other things. MGE, through our membership in TAPS, has worked hard to assure that decisions made are in the best interests of our customers. Learn more at its website.
Customers First! Coalition—A coalition to preserve Wisconsin’s reliable and affordable electricity.
American Transmission Company, LLC—is a Wisconsin-based company that owns and operates the electric transmission system in portions of the Upper Midwest. It was formed in 2001 as the nation's first multistate transmission-only utility.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission—An independent regulatory agency within the Department of Energy that regulates the transmission and wholesale sales of electricity in interstate commerce, among other things.
Midcontinent Independent System Operator—Formed in 1996 to provide access to a large regional transmission system, solve transmission pricing problems, maintain system reliability and security, and coordinate planning of the transmission system.
North American Electric Reliability Council—NERC is a nonprofit corporation formed in 1968 by electric utilities to promote the reliability of electricity supply for North America.
Transmission Access Policy Study Group—A coalition providing a voice for small transmission-dependent utilities and consumers fighting against market power and for fair and open transmission access.