We Energies, a utility subsidiary of Wisconsin Energy Corp., provides electricity, natural gas and
steam service to approximately 2.4 million people in Wisconsin and portions of Michigan’s Upper
We Energies offers challenging work, attractive benefits, competitive compensation and extensive
services to help meet your personal and profession objectives. Our company success hinges upon
our employees who build on our traditions of innovation and superior customer service. We strive for
stability in our work force to help focus on excellence in our day-to-day operations.
The many talents, perspectives, experiences and backgrounds that our employees bring to their jobs
reflect the diversity found in our organization. We value a work force diverse in gender, race, culture
and age. Making diversity and cross-cultural sensitivity a corporate priority has resulted in a strong,
team-oriented work force that values creativity and allows all employees to reach their full potential.
We train and develop our new engineers to become an integral part of our business. This document
provides an overview of our Engineer Development Program for Electric Distribution Operations.
Electric System Key Facts
New Engineer Development Program
We Energies’ electric system includes generation
and distribution for urban and rural areas in
southeastern Wisconsin, the Fox Valley and Upper
Peninsula of Michigan.
Electric service customers: 1,026,000
Service area: 12,600 square miles
Generating capability: 5,900 megawatts
Peak demand: 6,300 megawatts
Voltages: 4 to 34.5 kilovolts
Primary power lines: 28,000 miles
Secondary/service power lines: 24,000 miles
One goal of the New Engineer Development Program is to provide new college graduate engineers a
broad view of the business of the c