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Elementary schools making 'cool choices'
The local schools have also been making sustainability efforts outside the classroom. The same schools that participated in the Cool Choices game are also participating in Green and Healthy Schools.
Mitchell Airport receives $105K check from Focus on Energy in recognition of lighting upgrades
On behalf of Milwaukee County and Mitchell Airport (MKE), County Executive Chris Abele accepted a $105,000 rebate check from Focus on Energy at the Airport on Tuesday morning, December 13th.
LED light bulbs donated to elderly
October is Energy in Action month and one company is doing its part. Focus on Energy received 10,000 LED light bulbs from General Electric and is donating them to local residents. This portion of the Energy Star's Change the World Tour is helping local residents in northcentral Wisconsin.
Focus on Agriculture
Milk-cooling expense is the largest energy expenditure on a dairy farm. So there is a significant opportunity to cut energy costs by upgrading existing equipment and installing new, more efficient equipment.
Jonco Industries opens largest rooftop solar system in Milwaukee
Jonco Industries has opened the largest rooftop solar system in the city of Milwaukee, with more than 1,100 solar panels atop the roof of its factory at the corner of N. Custer and N.
Holmen FD going green with new lightingThe Holmen Area Fire Department is going green. With approval from the Holmen Area Fire District Association Board, the fire station will have its current lighting converted to light-emitting diode lamps this summer.
Focus on Agriculture:
The installation of a refrigeration-heat-recovery unit provides one of the fastest paybacks on a dairy farm. Capture the heat from a refrigeration system to preheat well water up to 140 degrees, while also improving the efficiency of the refrigeration system.
Oshkosh Corporation Named 2016 Energy Efficiency Excellence Award Winner
Oshkosh Corporation, (OSK), announces today that it has been honored as one of the 2016 Focus on Energy Excellence In Energy Efficiency Award winners.
CVTC hosts open house for home students built
Chippewa Valley Technical College students got to show off their own craftsmanship Friday night. Students from the CVTC Residential Construction Program hosted an open house for a four-bedroom, two-bath home they built. “They did a very, very good job,” David Geissler, a Trade Ally with Focus on
River Arts Center casts new light
The first stop for the River Arts Center’s new stage lights was Crazy Town. Sauk Prairie High School’s production of “Welcome to Crazy Town” April 22, 23 and 24 was the maiden voyage of a $28,500 lighting upgrade in the theater. Of that $28,500, $3,000 came out of the River Arts Inc.