Wisconsin Public Service
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About Wisconsin Public Service
Wisconsin Public Service is an investor owned organization providing electricity in Wisconsin, including cities such as Green Bay, Oshkosh, Wausau, Stevens Point, and De Pere. On average, Wisconsin Public Service's patrons purchase residential electricity for 15.89 cents per kilowatt hour, which is 2.67% lower than the state's average rate of 16.33 cents and 3.26% more than the US average of 15.39 cents. The company partook in end user sales and the wholesale electricity market in 2021, with sales to end users adding up to 11,046,096 megawatt hours and wholesale sales totaling 2,363,014 megawatt hours. The electricity they sourced consisted of megawatt hours produced by the company in electricity facilities they own and additional megawatt hours purchased on the wholesale electricity market. They purchased 3,191,388 wholesale megawatt hours. In 2021, the provider made 88.69% of their revenue from retail electricity sales to end users and 9.50% from sales via wholesale channels.
The average monthly residential power bill for a consumer of Wisconsin Public Service is $96.47. Wisconsin Public Service generates 9,221,100.63 megawatt hours from their electricity facilities, ranking them as the 133rd largest generator of electricity out of 3509 providers in the country. There are 3,556,499.41 megawatt hours generated by the provider from the burning of coal, which is the 86th most in the US out of 3509 providers. The supplier is the 101st highest out of 3509 companies in the nation for megawatt hours produced by burning natural gas.
Customers of Wisconsin Public Service are able to take advantage of net metering solutions, which is a positive for both parties. Net metering makes solar panel purchases more economically feasible as it gives the ability for citizens to sell electricity back to the grid.
Loss of energy due to heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is part of being in the electricity generation business. Providers must report these losses to government agencies who track electricity grid efficiencies. Wisconsin Public Service recently reported an annual loss of roughly 2.80% of the electricity that they generate. The state average for energy loss is 2.28% and the US average is 2.45%. This gives Wisconsin Public Service a ranking of 34th best out of 116 electricity companies in Wisconsin and 395th best out of 3509 suppliers in the country.
Wisconsin Public Service Rate & Electric Bills
Wisconsin Public Service residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.
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Wisconsin Public Service Overview
- Company Type:Investor Owned
- Parent Company:WEC Energy Group
- Headquarters:700 North Adams Street
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
United States of America
- CEO:Tom Metcalfe
Wisconsin Public Service Contact
Wisconsin Public Service Service
- Rates & Plans:www.wisconsinpublicservice.com
- Outage Map:www.wisconsinpublicservice.com
- Outage Phone:(800) 450-7240
- States Served:
- Counties Served:
- Brown County
- Winnebago County
- Marathon County
- Manitowoc County
- Portage County
- Major Cities Served:See all cities
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Quick Facts About Wisconsin Public Service
Wisconsin Public Service is 52nd out of 3509 electricity companies in the country in megawatt hours generated from hydroelectric power usage.
Wisconsin Public Service produces 2.69% of its total megawatt hours generated from solar energy sources, which ranks them 153rd in the United States out of 3509 suppliers for percentage of total electricity production that comes from solar energy sources.
Wisconsin Public Service generates 89.16% of their total electricity generation from non-renewable fuel types. The total electricity generated from non-renewable sources is 8,221,120.84 megawatt hours, which is 124th most in the United States out of 3509 suppliers.
Wisconsin Public Service generates 365,936 megawatt hours of electricity from wind energy, which is the 73rd highest total in the US out of 3509 suppliers that we track.
Wisconsin Public Service generates 10.84% of their electricity from sustainable fuel sources, which ranks them 336th in the country out of the 3509 providers we track.
Wisconsin Public Service's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
395 National Rank
Wisconsin Public Service Energy Makeup
Wisconsin Public Service Coverage Map
Wisconsin Public Service State Coverage
|State||Customers||Sales ($)||State Rank Based On Revenue||% of Provider's Residential Sales in State|
Wisconsin Public Service County Coverage
|County||Population||Providers||Avg. County Rate (¢)||Avg. Electric Bill|
Power Plants Owned by Wisconsin Public Service
|Plant||City/County||State||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions/MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Fox Energy CenterWisconsin Public Service (100.00%)
Forward Wind Energy CenterWisconsin Public Service (100.00%)
|Green Bay||WI||Natural Gas||125,884||81,465,883.24||647.15|
Wisconsin Public Service Fuel Makeup
Cities Wisconsin Public Service Has Coverage
- Algoma, WI
- Allouez, WI
- Antigo, WI
- Ashwaubenon, WI
- Bellevue, WI
- Brillion, WI
- Casco, WI
- Chilton, WI
- Coleman, WI
- Crandon, WI
- Crivitz, WI
- De Pere, WI
- Denmark, WI
- Eagle River, WI
- Edgar, WI
- Egg Harbor, WI
- Ephraim, WI
- Fenwood, WI
- Forestville, WI
- Francis Creek, WI
- Green Bay, WI
- Hatley, WI
- Hobart, WI
- Howard, WI
- Junction City, WI
- Kellnersville, WI
- Kewaunee, WI
- Kronenwetter, WI
- Lena, WI
- Luxemburg, WI
- Maine, WI
- Marathon City, WI
- Maribel, WI
- Marinette, WI
- Merrill, WI
- Mishicot, WI
- Mosinee, WI
- Oconto, WI
- Oshkosh, WI
- Park Ridge, WI
- Peshtigo, WI
- Plover, WI
- Potter, WI
- Pound, WI
- Pulaski, WI
- Reedsville, WI
- Rhinelander, WI
- Rothschild, WI
- Schofield, WI
- Sister Bay, WI
- St. Nazianz, WI
- Stevens Point, WI
- Stockbridge, WI
- Suamico, WI
- Suring, WI
- Tomahawk, WI
- Two Rivers, WI
- Valders, WI
- Waupaca, WI
- Wausau, WI
- Wausaukee, WI
- Weston, WI
- Whitelaw, WI
- Whiting, WI
- Winneconne, WI
- Wrightstown, WI
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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Wisconsin Public Service FAQ:
Who is the CEO of Wisconsin Public Service?
Tom Metcalfe is the CEO of Wisconsin Public Service.
What percentage of Wisconsin Public Service's electricity is generated from renewable fuels?
Electric generation plants owned by or associated with Wisconsin Public Service produce 10.84% of their electricity from renewable fuel types.
How much is the average bundled bill for Wisconsin Public Service customers each month?
Customers of Wisconsin Public Service pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $96.47.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Wisconsin Public Service customers?
Consumers of Wisconsin Public Service, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 15.89 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
How many counties does Wisconsin Public Service offer service in?
There are 17 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Wisconsin Public Service including Wisconsin.
What is the phone number for Wisconsin Public Service?
You can reach Wisconsin Public Service by phone via (800) 450-7260.
What percentage of Wisconsin Public Service's electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuel sources?
Electric production plants owned by or associated with Wisconsin Public Service produce 89.16% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuels.
How many power plants are owned by or associated with Wisconsin Public Service?
Wisconsin Public Service is associated with or owns 7 power plants.
Does Wisconsin Public Service have a parent company?
Wisconsin Public Service is a subsidiary of WEC Energy Group.
What cities does Wisconsin Public Service sell electricity in?
Wisconsin Public Service serves electricity in 66 cities in the United States including Wisconsin.