Our Community Grid

Energy technologies are changing rapidly. We're building a dynamic electric grid that enables new technologies while continuing to meet customer needs reliably and affordably. Through our community grid, we take advantage of energy generated in our community, like solar on rooftops and methane at landfills, and integrate it seamlessly with other energy sources. We will continue to provide all of our customers with reliable service and incorporate changing technologies for the benefit of all—today and into the future.

Energy 2030: Our Community's Energy Future

In November 2015, MGE introduced a framework—or roadmap—for building our community's energy company for the future. Energy 2030 includes a number of goals we'll be working to accomplish by working with you, our customers. Scroll back for a glimpse of how we developed Energy 2030 and scroll forward for a peek at where we're going—with your help!

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A Quicker Way to Charge EVs

Charge@Home is MGE's innovative new program for electric vehicle (EV) owners to quickly charge their car's battery at home.

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Smart Thermostat Incentive Offer

If you've been thinking about upgrading your thermostat, smart thermostats are now an even smarter purchase with a $75 incentive from Wisconsin's Focus on Energy program.

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Warm Up to Winter Savings

energy2030together.com has summarized some of the most common ways we all can reduce our energy use during the deep freeze that's sure to come. If we all reduce our usage, we not only save money individually, but together, we make an impact!

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Serving Up Energy Efficiency

Earlier this year, Capital Brewery joined MGE's On Demand Savings program. This pilot program encourages businesses to better manage their energy use—especially in summer months when electric use peaks across the region. Customers learn to identify strategies to control their on-peak energy demand and reduce costs.

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If We All Saved Some Energy...

When we talk about the "value of saving," we're talking about more than money in your pocket. We're talking about simple measures all of us can take that also help to reduce emissions like carbon dioxide.

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