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  3. Columbia Energy Center - Wikipedia

    Columbia Energy Center is a base load, sub-bituminous coal -fired, electrical power station located south of Portage in the Town of Pacific, Columbia County, Wisconsin. [1] Ownership is 46.2% Wisconsin Power and Light Company ( Alliant Energy ), [2] 31.8% Wisconsin Public Service ( Integrys Energy Group ), [3] and 22% Madison Gas and Electric ...

  4. WEC Energy Group - Wikipedia

    Revenue. US$ 7.65 billion (2017) Number of employees. 8,000 [1] (2017) Website. wecenergygroup .com. WEC Energy Group is an American company based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin that provides electricity and natural gas to 4.4 million customers across four states. [1]

  5. List of power stations in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    This is a list of electricity-generating power stations in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, sorted by type and name. In 2019, Wisconsin had a total summer capacity of 15,312 MW through all of its power plants, and a net generation of 66,774 GWh. [2]

  6. Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin - Wikipedia,_Wisconsin

    Wisconsin Dells is a city in Wisconsin, straddling four counties: Adams, Columbia, Juneau, and Sauk. A popular Midwestern tourist destination, the city forms an area known as " The Dells " with the nearby village of Lake Delton. The Dells is home to several water parks and tourist attractions. [7]

  7. Wisconsin weather updates: Power outages, live forecast ... - AOL

    Another 4,033 We Energies customers are without power in Waukesha County, the map said. Statewide, there are more than 23,523 We Energies customers without power and 215 outages, according to the map.

  8. The Wonder Spot - Wikipedia

    The Wonder Spot was a tourist attraction located off US Route 12 in Lake Delton, Wisconsin [1] from 1949 to 2006. A popular side trip for visitors to nearby Wisconsin Dells, the Wonder Spot was advertised as a place "where the laws of natural gravity seem to be repealed." Visitors walked down a ravine into a cabin, where seemingly no one could ...

  9. Dells of the Wisconsin River - Wikipedia

    The Dells of the Wisconsin River, also called the Wisconsin Dells (from Old English “ dæle ”, modern English “dale”), meaning “valley”, is [1] a 5-mile (8-km) gorge on the Wisconsin River in south-central Wisconsin, USA. It is noted for its scenery, in particular for its Cambrian sandstone rock formations and tributary canyons. [2]