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Integrys Energy reports a year of quiet progress

8:06 PM, May 16, 2013
Charles Schrock, the president and CEO of Integrys Energy Group, parent company of Wisconsin Public Service Corp.
Charles Schrock, the president and CEO of Integrys Energy Group, parent company of Wisconsin Public Service Corp.
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Last year was one of low-key accomplishment for Integrys Energy Group.

The Chicago-based utility and parent company of Wisconsin Public Service Corp., continued to strengthen its regulated utilities, which provide more than 85 percent of its revenue, as well as improve the safety of its employees, said Charles Schrock - the chairman, president and CEO - at the company's annual meeting Thursday at the Weidner Center.

Wisconsin Public Service Corp. declined last year to renew its contract to buy electricity from Kewaunee Power Station in the town of Carlton, which was built by WPS but is now ...

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