MGE Energy Issues March 2013 'Interim Report'

MGE Energy Issues March 2013 'Interim Report'

MADISON, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- MGE Energy, Inc. (NAS: MGEE) today published its investor newsletter Interim Report with the following topics:

 
- Dividend record remains strong
- MGEE reports earnings increase
- Annual Meeting planned for May 21
- MGEE stock performs well

- TheStreet gives MGEE top rating

- High Value Line rating
- Madison's first public CNG fueling station
- Madison gets national recognition
 

The newsletter is available on MGE Energy's website at:


http://www.mgeenergy.com/interimreport

Interim Report is published quarterly to provide investors with information about MGE Energy, its primary subsidiary Madison Gas and Electric and its service area.

MGE Energy is an investor-owned public utility holding company headquartered in the state capital of Madison, Wis. It is the parent company of Madison Gas and Electric, which generates and distributes electricity in Dane County, Wis., and purchases and distributes natural gas in seven south-central and western Wisconsin counties.

MGE Energy's assets total approximately $1.6 billion. It has 688 employees, more than 36,000 stockholders of record and its 2012 revenues were $541 million.



MGE Energy, Inc.
Investor relations contact
Ken Frassetto
Director - Shareholder Services and Treasury Management
608-252-4723
kfrassetto@mge.com
or
Media contact
Steve Kraus
Manager - Media Relations
608-252-7907
skraus@mge.com

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