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WPS weighing options for meeting increased electricity demand

6:04 PM, Aug. 17, 2013
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Wisconsin Public Service Corp. anticipates needing additional sources of electricity by the end of the decade. That means the Green Bay utility might have to build a new power plant. Or not.

Comments made to investment analysts recently by Larry Borgard, president and chief operating officer-utilities of Integrys Energy Group, were interpreted to indicate that new power plant construction was just around the corner. Integrys Energy Group is the parent company of WPS. That wasn't quite the point Borgard was making, WPS spokesman Kerry Spees said.

"We are projecting we are going to need ...

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