Gary Wolter is the first to admit there is still a great deal of work to be done to execute Madison Gas and Electric Co.’s new long-term energy strategy, the Energy 2030 framework released last week, but he’s confident the desired results will be met with the help of the ongoing community engagement MGE is committed to as part of the plan.
Indeed, the utility acknowledges it will need customer collaboration and support to achieve its vision, which includes harnessing the power of newer, smarter home automation technologies. Wolter notes the community conversations were but a piece of a pre-roll out engagement strategy…
RePower Madison will simply note here that we’ve made some progress, yes, but we’re still a long way from the 21st century utility that we want and need in Madison.
Read the full story here from InBusiness Madison, November 30, 2015