Our popular incentive that sends free energy-saving products to Wisconsin homeowners is now available to renters and condo owners. Order your free pack now!
On behalf of the Focus on Energy Environmental and Economic Research & Development Program (EERD), Seventhwave is currently conducting a field study to measure light levels in commercial building spaces in Wisconsin. This project will provide Focus on Energy with data that will help encourage customers to implement more comprehensive lighting upgrades that could include controls, lower wattage fixtures, and task tuning. Learn more.
Learning to S.E.E: Sell Efficiency Effectively
This workshop features highlights from the weeklong Efficiency Sales Professional™ (ESP™) Boot Camp, including: reframing the benefits of efficiency; developing concise and compelling communication tools; migrating the discussion from the “bits, bytes and blinking lights” of your offering to prospect-specific messages that motivate project approvals; and much more.
Madison, WI – Wisconsin farmers reeling from a disastrous winter are getting a little help from the state’s energy efficiency program.
FOCUS ON ENERGY® is offering a 25-percent bonus on top of its regular financial incentives to Wisconsin farmers whose barn roofs collapsed due to heavy snowfall. The money can help farmers replace some equipment damaged in roof collapses – things like lights, waterers and circulation fans – with energy-efficient options that will save them money on their energy bills for many years.
Madison, WI – Focus on Energy, Wisconsin’s statewide energy efficiency and renewable resources program, is increasing its efforts to reach rural Wisconsinites in 2019.
“We want to ensure rural Wisconsin has the same access to Focus on Energy’s expertise and financial incentives as urban and suburban Wisconsin,” says Focus on Energy Business Portfolio Manager Erin Soman.
Superior, WI – Superior High School was in need of an upgrade when voters passed a referendum in 2016 to upgrade facilities throughout the school district, including an addition and remodel of the 296,000-square-foot high school building, built in 1965.
The district-wide upgrades came with a $92 million price tag, but taxpayers will get some of their money back through energy efficiency. The renovated Superior High School includes energy-efficient HVAC and kitchen equipment, as well as LED lights and fixtures.View All Press Releases