Petition to MGE for a Fair and Full Community Conversation

As they sought increased fixed fees, MGE pledged to engage with its customers in a community conversation to guide future billing practices. Join us in asking Madison Gas & Electric to adopt the following guidelines to ensure that an unbiased dialogue will take place. Our community should be heard regarding our clean energy future — it is too important to be left only to MGE executives.

Petition to MGE for a fair and full community conversation

TO: Madison Gas & Electric Executives

We, the undersigned, call on MGE to act in good-faith on its pledge to respect our community values by abiding by the following provisions to establish a fair and full community energy conversation:

A format designed, moderated and facilitated by an independent, 3rd party with no previous financial relationship to MG&E, who will record public comments and issue a final report reflecting the community conversations.

Inclusion of a full range of community stakeholders who will be provided a fair and full opportunity to request and exchange information during public events.

A commitment to establish a plan that will fulfill the City of Madison’s Sustainability Plan’s goal of 25% renewable energy by 2025.

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TO: Madison Gas & Electric Executives   We, the undersigned, call on MGE to act in good-faith on its pledge to respect our community values by abiding by the following provisions to establish a fair and full community energy conversation:

  • A format designed, moderated and facilitated by an independent, 3rd party with no previous financial relationship to MG&E, who will record public comments and issue a final report reflecting the community conversations.
  • Inclusion of a full range of community stakeholders who will be provided a fair and full opportunity to request and exchange information during public events.
  • A commitment to establish a plan that will fulfill the City of Madison’s Sustainability Plan’s goal of 25% renewable energy by 2025.