It’s no surprise that Madison is a place where people are actively engaged in envisioning the future of energy generation and transmission. It’s the kind of thing we’re good at here. And the mix of science, technology, creativity and good old-fashioned activism is an attraction many Madisonians find irresistible. But Madison is about to embark on a shared journey, real first-in-the-nation stuff, that would set it apart as a place in control of its destiny. The result would be a Community Energy Partnership that would position Madison as a national, if not global, leader in how it powers itself.

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