Light Bulb Finder
Want to make the switch to energy efficient lighting, but not quite sure where to start? We can help. With our Light Bulb Finder tool, we’ll walk you through the best type of bulb for your needs, whether you’re replacing bulbs in outdoor lighting, a chandelier, or your desk lamp. Get started.
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.
Oxford, WI – Richard Wirth knew it was the right thing to do, but he could not help feeling a little sad to get rid of his old, spare refrigerator.
“It kept my beer cold,” Wirth said. “I [kind of] hated to see it go.”
Waterloo – As students start a new school year in Waterloo, they may see their schools in a new light.
The Waterloo School District took on a major lighting project over the summer, upgrading to LED lights and adding occupancy sensors and daylighting controls.
Eau Claire – The City of Eau Claire honored Focus on Energy at its third annual Sustainable Eau Claire awards ceremony Wednesday morning. Focus on Energy, Wisconsin’s utility-funded, statewide energy efficiency and renewables program, was honored in the category of “Energy: Renewables, Efficiency and Conservation”.
“[Focus on Energy] was [an] easy [choice], just because of how penetrating [Focus on Energy] is. Whether it’s businesses, residential, the different programs you guys have,” said City of Eau Claire Associate Planner Ned Noel, noting the city has taken advantage of about $500,000 in Focus on Energy incentives since 2010 to help fund many energy efficiency projects.View All Press Releases