Some Madison Gas & Electric shareholders are pushing the utility to more aggressively pursue clean energy sources, and recently submitted a resolution requesting a study of the electric vehicles sector.
This resolution was voted down at the last MG&E shareholder meeting on May 16. It was submitted by MG&E Shareholders for Clean Energy -- a group of shareholders who are particularly concerned with the utility’s current reliance on fossil fuels and want to see a more drastic shift toward clean energy.
Though the motion was rejected, Don Richert, the group’s co-founder and co-chair, s...
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