SETTLEMENT REACHED…

IN ALLIANT ENERGY’S RIVERSIDE ENERGY CENTER CASE

Alliant Energy’s plans to build a combined cycle natural gas-fueled generating facility near Beloit, WI, took a major
step forward as the company reached settlement with two key intervenors in the case, We Energies and Wisconsin
Public Service Corporation. The agreement creates mutual opportunities for the parties to invest in joint-ownership
generation projects and contemplates a joint-development agreement for renewable resources among other items.
Alliant Energy has filed the agreement on the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin’s (PSCW) website in docket no.
6680-CE-176.

“We’ve been able to work cooperatively with our neighboring utilities to find a solution that makes sense for energy
customers across Wisconsin,” said Patricia Kampling, Alliant Energy Chairman, President and CEO. “Along with
the modernized Riverside Energy Center, we believe this agreement will help control energy costs for Wisconsin
customers for years to come.”

Alliant Energy filed for regulatory approval of the proposed 650 megawatt natural gas-fueled plant with the PSCW in
May 2015. Technical hearings before the PSCW began December 21, 2015.

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