We Energies and Microsoft are both members of the Wisconsin Technology Council. 

We Energies plans to spend $335 million on a distribution project for Microsoft’s data center development on land originally intended for Foxconn in Mount Pleasant.

According to a recent filing with the Wisconsin Public Service Commission, the utility company plans to start construction of “distribution facilities, including transformers, breakers, relays and other ancillary equipment” for the development. That work needs to begin no later than June, according to the filing.

construction update from Microsoft said We Energies will begin work on a substation on the property.

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