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    Stocktargetadvisor
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    Initiates Coverage On Atlantic Securities Overweight USD 112
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  • O
    Oclrmet
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    #WEC Getting ready for the bounce back up. Target: 73.62 at stoxline
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    Peter
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    In December 1999 I bought $2500 worth of WEC because my family refused to follow simple suggestions to conserve energy in the house. My theory was if you can't beat them join them. I reinvested all dividends since then. Today that $2500 is now worth over $26000. Hopefully I can 10X my money again in the next 15 years.
  • S
    Stockguru
    $WEC conversation
    looking to add more with the decline in stock price in recent days. How much further do you think we can fall? I think this stock reached $75 in early 2017.
  • B
    Big Bazzoo
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    Honeywell to open software center creating 800 jobs! Amazing, this is going to be a real stimulus to the local economy with large number of high paying jobs. Atlanta is so happy!!!! They never considered Wisconsin. lol
  • B
    Big Bazzoo
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    Northwestern Mutual is laying off a hundred employees in Milwaukee this year. They say hundreds more will be fired next year because of the lousy business conditions. Oh, the demand for power and gas is going to be booming in Milwaukee, hah, hah. Oh the poor WEC shareholders, WEC electrical generation is over capacity and dirty coal, nobody to foist it on.

    All together, now, "Scott Walker, where are those 250,000 jobs you promised?"
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    Big Bazzoo
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    WE Energy is kissing off an industrial customer and 523 residential customers.

    Manitowoc Company is moving crawler crane production out of Manitowoc for the greener pastures of Pennsylvania.

    Jim Brey, County Supervisor and City Alderman, he wonders if Gov. Scott Walker and his Economic Development Corp made any effort to keep the plant in the state. Jim must have seen the media reports Scotty made no effort to keep Oscar Mayer from moving out of Madison to Iowa. Oh, the Oscar Mayer layoffs started this month.

    Little less talky-talky Scotty at the national party convention and spend the time getting your job done would be nice.

    All together now, "Scott Walker, where are those 250,000 jobs you promised?"

    All together now, "Scott Walker, where are those 250,000 jobs you promised?"
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    Big Bazzoo
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    WE Energy's high power rates are sending businesses elsewhere. Read it and weep shareholders. Klapp put your company's future into expensive, dirty coal and not you have to pay the piper. lol
    MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin's high electric rates could spark some of its big manufacturers to move or expand elsewhere, state regulators have been warned.

    Wisconsin's average electric rates are highest among eight Midwest states for the first time since 2006, according to a report approved by the Public Service Commission last month.

    Comments submitted in response to that report say those rates make it hard for industries to remain competitive, the Wisconsin State Journal reported (http://bit.ly/2bElNIN ). And that's led to calls for fostering price competition, such as allowing users to choose their power providers instead of being restricted to the current utility monopolies.

    Wisconsin's electric rates average 10.97 cents per kilowatt-hour. Other states range from 8.65 cents in Iowa to 10.87 cents in Michigan. The U.S. average is 11.02 cents, the report says.

    For industrial customers, Wisconsin's rates are also the highest among the eight Midwest states at 7.81 cents per kilowatt-hour compared with 6.06 cents to 7.25 cents for the other states.
    The Wisconsin Industrial Energy Group, representing more than 30 of the state's largest companies, and the Wisconsin Paper Council submitted a joint statement to the PSC contending that electricity is not available "at reasonable prices" in Wisconsin compared with other states.

    "It is particularly troubling to note in a state whose economy is built on manufacturing that in 2015, not only did Wisconsin have the highest average industrial rate when compared to surrounding states, the Midwest and U.S. averages respectively, but the growth rate from 2001 to 2015 was the highest as well," the groups said.

    Charter Steel says it won't move out of Wisconsin, but it may do its growing elsewhere.

    "The noncompetitive cost of electricity in the We Energies' service territory is a key reason we are looking to expand outside of Wisconsin for future growth projects," said Bob Venable, president and chief operating officer of Charter Manufacturing, Charter Steel's parent company.

    Milwaukee-based We Energies spokesman Brian Manthey said the utility has worked closely with its industrial customers to help lower their energy costs was perceived as a funny joke by the media and they enjoyed a long period of mirth.
    Big industries say high electric prices may push them out of Wisconsin
    The comments were among the public's responses to the PSC's Strategic Energy Assessment 2022 report.
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    Big Bazzoo
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    Brillion Iron Works Closing 440 Jobless
    Good going Scott Walker and Klapp. The company is offering them jobs in the foundries in other Midwest state. WE Energy losses another industrial customer. And they used a lot of power, too. Could it be their high WE Energy electrical rates that shuttered the plant. lol
    All together now, "Scott Walker, where are those 250,000 jobs you promised?"
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    robert
    WEC Energy Group, Inc.
    hey big Mizzou or whatever your name is high energy cost comes from wind energy and solar