MGE’S Community Energy Workshop Advances Energy 2030 Framework

Madison Gas and Electric has hosted its Community Energy Workshop at Monona Terrace where about 200 community leaders and members, representing a diverse cross section of the community, discussed issues related to our energy future. Participants generated input to help inform the company as MGE advances its Energy 2030 framework and future engagement efforts.

• Interactive workshop part of multistep engagement process started last year.
• Featured deliberative dialogue among diverse cross section of about 200 community leaders and members.
• Followed nearly 100 Community Energy Conversations with customers.
• Designed to inform MGE as company advances Energy 2030 framework and community engagement.
• Workshop videos, summary of themes at mge.com for customers to review.

MGE’s independent facilitator for its Community Energy Conversations, Justice and Sustainability Associates (JSA), designed the Community Energy Workshop. JSA’s CEO, Don Edwards, facilitated the Workshop. The topics discussed by participants included advancing MGE’s Energy 2030 framework in a changing energy world, new energy products and services, and community engagement. The videos presented at the Workshop have been posted at mge.com. Visitors will also find a summary of themes generated by the input from Workshop participants. Visit our Community Energy Workshop web page for videos and the summary of themes. Anyone may submit feedback to MGE by email. The input from the Workshop will inform further MGE’s efforts to advance its Energy 2030 framework and build a community energy company for the future.

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