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Wisconsin Energy average salary is $100,006, median salary is $100,006 with a salary range from $100,006 to $100,006.
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Director Engineering 100,006-100,006 Milwaukee, WI, 53201 2010 Wisconsin Energy Director Engineering Salaries (1)
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  • Wisconsin Energy Corporation
  • Industry: Energy
  • City: Milwaukee, WI
  • Wisconsin Energy Corporation conducts its operations primarily in three operating segments: a utility energy segment, a non-utility energy segment and a manufacturing segment. The Company's primary subsidiaries are Wisconsin Electric Power Company, Wisconsin Gas Company and WICOR Industries, Inc. The Company's utility business provides electricity, gas and water services. The non-utility energy segment is involved in the development, ownership and operation of independent electric generating facilities; natural gas purchasing and marketing; and others. The Company's manufacturing segment produces pumps, water treatment products and fluid handling equipment with manufacturing, sales and distribution facilities in 14 countries.