|Type||Public (NYSE: TEG)|
|Headquarters||130 East Randolph Dr.
Chicago, IL 60601
|Area served||IL, MI, MN, OH, WI|
|Key people||Larry L. Weyers, CEO|
|Industry||Electric Producer, Distributor, & Utility
Natural Gas Utility
|Products||Electricity, Natural Gas|
|Revenue||$10.29 billion (2007)|
|Net income||▲ $251.3 million (2007)|
|Subsidiaries||Upper Peninsula Power
Wisconsin Public Service
Michigan Gas Utilities
Minnesota Energy Resources
North Shore Gas
Integrys Energy Services
Integrys Energy Group, Inc. is an energy company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. It was formed by the merger of WPS Resources Corp. and Peoples Energy Corp. on Feb. 21, 2007. Its current CEO is Larry Weyers.
Its regulated utilities are Wisconsin Public Service Corporation, Upper Peninsula Power Company, Minnesota Energy Resources Corp., Michigan Gas Utilities Corp., Peoples Gas, and North Shore Gas. These spread across Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, and Michigan. Its nonregulated subsidiary, Integrys Energy Services, Inc. (formerly WPS Energy Services, Inc.), serves customers in the Midwest, Northeast, Texas, and Eastern Canada.
Out of its total 2,734 megawatts (MW) of electric generating capacity in 2005 (0.26% of the U.S. total), Integrys produces 54.7% from coal, 29.0% from natural gas, 6.4% from oil, 5.0% from hydroelectricity, and 0.4% from wind. Integrys owns power plants in Maine, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin; 64.7% of Integrys' generating capacity comes from power plants in Wisconsin.
Existing coal-fired power plants
|Plant Name||State||County||Year(s) Built||Capacity||2007 CO2 Emissions||2006 SO2 Emissions|
|Weston||WI||Marathon||1954-60, 1981||492 MW||4,396,000 tons||12,596 tons|
|Sunbury||PA||Snyder||1949, 1951, 1953||425 MW||2,081,000 tons||45,297 tons|
|Pulliam||WI||Brown||1943-64||410 MW||3,167,000 tons||10,869 tons|
In 2006, Integrys' 3 major coal-fired power plants emitted 9.6 million tons of CO2 and 69,000 tons of SO2.
Articles and Resources
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Integrys Energy Group, BusinessWeek Company Insight Center, accessed July 2008.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Existing Electric Generating Units in the United States, 2005, Energy Information Administration, accessed April 2008.
- ↑ Environmental Integrity Project, Dirty Kilowatts: America’s Most Polluting Power Plants, July 2007.
- ↑ Dig Deeper, Carbon Monitoring for Action database, accessed June 2008.