Public utility Alliant Energy introduced its “Powering What’s Next” plan to speed up the transition to cleaner energy for its clients.
The plan highlights the corporate’s 5 key areas of focus in serving to clients and communities take part in a extra sustainable, technology-intensive energy future: clean energy, buyer selection, smarter energy use, neighborhood involvement and conversions to cleaner fuels.
“We’re accelerating our transition to a clean energy future and putting renewable energy to work for our customers,” stated John Larsen, chairman, president and CEO of Alliant Energy. “For greater than 100 years, our mission has been to ship secure, dependable and inexpensive energy companies. “Powering What’s Next” is our purpose-driven method to serving clients and strengthening communities, creating optimism for the longer term.”
The first milestone of the plan includes Alliant Energy’s introduced enlargement of its Wisconsin solar energy technology by as much as 1,000 MW by the tip of 2023. That’s sufficient to power roughly 260,000 properties. The firm is contemplating initiatives positioned all through its Wisconsin service space. Changing economics, buyer sustainability objectives and higher renewable technology are driving the acceleration.
The firm will find its first Wisconsin Community Solar project in Fond du Lac County and break floor in 2020.
“By building new solar energy resources, we are contributing to a brighter future for our customers and the communities we serve,” stated David de Leon, president of Alliant Energy — Wisconsin. “We look forward to working with our employees and labor partners in the construction, operation and maintenance of our new clean energy investments.”
Powering What’s Next
Alliant Energy’s Powering What’s Next plan outlines the corporate’s 5 key areas of focus in serving to clients take part in a cleaner, technology-intensive energy future:
- Clean Energy Blueprint: Alliant Energy has created a Clean Energy Blueprint for its Wisconsin clients. It supplies the underlying evaluation for accelerating the transition to renewable energy in a cheap method for patrons. The Blueprint additionally includes plans for modernizing the grid by technology enhancements. The firm will start research to develop its Clean Energy Blueprint for Iowa in January 2020.
- Smarter energy use: These applications permit clients to take benefit of budget-friendly billing choices, transfer utilization to off-peak occasions, and discover ways to use equipment settings and good house applied sciences to preserve energy.
- My energy, my selection: Alliant is now providing clients extra choices to rely solely on renewable energy.
- Community involvement: The utility serves communities by financial growth, basis giving targeted on schooling and household stability and volunteer assist. Alliant has 15 shovel-ready financial growth parks throughout its service space, poised to convey new jobs and financial development to every neighborhood.
- Conversion to cleaner fuels: serving to clients make the change and drive electrical automobiles at house and at work. The firm additionally helps business clients convert diesel purposes to compressed pure gasoline.
Customers and different stakeholders will be capable of be taught extra concerning the method by a brand new web site at alliantenergy.com/poweringwhatsnext.
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