Wisconsin’s largest electric and natural gas utilities reports the same stockholder earnings as last year at this time. W-E-C Energy Group, the parent firm for We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service, said its net income was 215-point-four million dollars from July through September, a little less than the 217-million at the same time in 2016. Stockholder earnings totaled 68 cents a share for both periods. W-E-C said its utilities had nine-thousand more electric customers and 18-thousand more natural gas customers than one year ago — but a cool summer caused people to spend less on air conditioning, and thus less on electricity.