Wisconsin continued to make progress in its transition to renewable energy in 2023, but environmental advocates say there’s still a long way to go.

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, or PSC, estimates that eight utility-scale solar projects will come online in the state by the end of the year, accounting for 639 megawatts of power. The state’s utility regulator anticipates another three projects will come online in 2024, accounting for 650 megawatts.

According to RENEW Wisconsin, each megawatt of electricity generated via solar powers 190 average Wisconsin homes. That means the solar projects online this year and next will be able to power nearly 245,000 households.

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