Summer 2016  

Energy 2030: MGE and City of Madison Move Forward with Energy Plan Partnership

MGE is pleased the City of Madison's Common Council voted in favor of a resolution last month to adopt an Energy Plan, which includes an agreement between the City and MGE to work together to advance renewable energy and conservation efforts in our community. The work plan builds upon MGE's ongoing collaborative relationship with the City of Madison around energy issues and fits well with MGE's Energy 2030 framework.

"MGE staff are looking forward to working with city representatives to determine how we can partner and where we can advance common interests," Gary Wolter, MGE Chairman, President and CEO, said. "The work plan presents a valuable opportunity for the city and MGE to continue working collaboratively toward our shared goals of reducing carbon emissions, increasing renewables and deepening community engagement on energy issues."

This Energy Plan includes a goal of obtaining 25% of electricity, heating and transportation energy from clean energy sources. MGE's Energy 2030 framework is consistent with the renewable energy goals of Madison and other communities. MGE will supply 30% of retail electric sales with renewables by the year 2030; as a milestone goal, we will supply 25% of retail electric sales with renewables by the year 2025.

Learn more about MGE's Energy 2030 framework at

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