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Beginning the week of September 18, the parking lot at the SBU office will undergo a much-needed renovation. Although office hours will be kept as usual, construction activities may hamper vehicle and pedestrian access to the building. We suggest that customers consider using other locations or the US Postal Service to pay bills while this project is underway. The project is expected to take three weeks to complete. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and patience.

Sturgeon Bay’s Power Supply to Include Electricity from Wisconsin’s Largest Solar Energy Center

Sturgeon Bay Utilities (SBU) will meet more of its customers’ electricity needs with power harnessed from the sun thanks to a recently announced agreement between Sturgeon Bay’s not-for-profit power supplier, WPPI Energy, and NextEra Energy Resources.

WPPI Energy and NextEra Energy Resources recently announced plans to build a 100 megawatt solar energy center – Wisconsin’s largest – with a capacity to serve more than 23,000 people with affordable, clean energy. Read More

Sturgeon Bay Utilities Announces Cost-Effective New Wind Energy Resource

Community’s Power Supply Will Be More Than 40% Emission-Free  

Utility customers in Sturgeon Bay will soon receive even more of their electricity from cost-effective renewable energy thanks to a recently announced agreement between Sturgeon Bay Utilities’ not-for-profit wholesale power supplier, WPPI Energy, and Invenergy. Under the agreement, WPPI Energy will purchase the output from Invenergy’s 132-megawatt Bishop Hill III Wind Energy Center. Read More

The 2016 Consumer Confidence Report

Our Consumer Confidence Report is now Available!

CLICK HERE to view the 2016 CCR Report.

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