WEC Energy Group pitches $50 million EV charging pilot program

WEC Energy Group headquarters building
WEC Energy Group's Milwaukee corporate headquarters.

Last updated on October 27th, 2020 at 12:46 pmTwo WEC Energy Group subsidiaries are seeking approval from regulators of pilot programs that would add $50 million in electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the state over the next five years. Wisconsin Electric Power Co. and Wisconsin Public Service Corp., which generally serve the southern and northern

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