He served on the Special Committee on Clean Energy Jobs, Joint Committee on Finance, Assembly Committee on Energy and Utility Committee, Joint Committee on Information Policy and Technology, was the Chairman of the Assembly Committee on Energy and Utilities and has served on other related
committees in the Assembly and on the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Public Utility Institute.
“Phil will help protect ratepayers and ensure our state has a sustainable and economical network of power production facilities,” said Governor Walker. “He has extensive knowledge of energy issues in Wisconsin and his unique leadership qualities will make him an excellent PSC chairman. Holding down the cost of producing energy will be a key part of ensuring Wisconsin has a business climate that allows the private sector to create 250,000 new jobs.”
Congratulations on the new position Phil!