Edgewater Redevelopment Informational Meeting update

On June 23, 2021, Alliant Energy hosted a virtual public informational meeting to provide the Sheboygan community an update on redeveloping the Edgewater Generating Station site. Alliant Energy, joined by Vandewalle & Associate, discussed:

  • How retiring Edgewater aligns with the company’s Clean Energy Blueprint.
  • History of Edgewater and reiterated our ongoing commitment to employees, the Sheboygan community, and the environmental quality at the site.
  • Edgewater site, highlighting the assets and constraints, which will be key in finalizing plans for re-development of the site.

There was also opportunity for attendees to ask questions and offer feedback. Throughout the planning process, we’ll be hosting additional public meetings.

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Google Earth map of Edgewater Generating Station

Our sustainable energy plan

The Clean Energy Blueprint is our roadmap for accelerating our transition to cleaner, renewable energy in Wisconsin - guiding our efforts to enhance the economic and environmental health of the communities we serve. This includes increasing our use of renewable resources and provides direction for the future of our coal-fired generation.

As we move forward with our Sustainable Energy Plan, Alliant Energy has set a Clean Energy Vision that includes an aspirational goal to reach net-zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2050 for the electricity we generate. To support meeting that goal, while delivering cleaner, more cost-effective energy, we have also established a goal to eliminate all coal from our generation fleet by 2040.

For more information on how we are acting today – to meet our customers’ future energy needs tomorrow - please visit our Powering What’s Next website. For more details on our sustainability and responsibility actions, please read our Corporate Responsibility Report.

Facility Retirement

In May 2020, we announced plans to retire the coal-fired Edgewater Generating Station in Sheboygan, Wisconsin by the end of 2022. Read more about this decision that furthers our goal of delivering cleaner, more cost-effective energy to customers.

As we transition from coal to cleaner energy, we will remain focused on caring for our customers and employees by creating new jobs and bringing new economic development opportunities to the community.

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