About Wisconsin Utility Investors

2020 marks the 40th anniversary of Wisconsin Utility Investors, Inc. (WUI), the oldest state utility investor organization in the nation. WUI has remained a leader through a four decades of successful work on behalf of utility stockholders. We have grown into an effective, nonprofit, grassroots organization of investors in Wisconsin’s utilities. Through their efforts, WUI volunteers have helped companies grow dividends and protect Wisconsin jobs by positively influencing state policies.



The Benefits of Membership

Registration and Lunch for the:

  • Annual Meeting
  • Biennial Legislative Day
  • Biennial Regional Meetings
Monthly Newsletters and Publications:
  • The Investor’s Voice
  • Legislative/Regulatory Update
  • Stockholder Legislative Alerts
Renew Today


Governor Tony Evers has reappointed two Wisconsin utility regulators. Evers appointed Rebecca Valcq to a second two-year term as chair of the Public Service Commission and Tyler Huebner to a six year term as commissioner. Valcq was appointed to the commission in 2019. Her term expires in 2025. Huebner was appointed last year to serve out the term of former Commissioner Mike Huebsch, who stepped down in February 2020 with one year left on his term.

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