- Agriculture Lighting & Equipment
- Agriculture, Schools & Government
- Business Incentive Program
- Commercial Kitchen
- Compressed Air
- Design Assistance
- Express Building Tune-up Program
- Heating, Ventilation and Cooling Systems
- Information Systems
- New Construction & Major Renovation
- Special Promotions
- Process Systems
- Specialty Measures
- Renewable Energy
- Retrocommissioning of Buildings
- Specialty Industry
- Variable Frequency Drives
- Agriculture & Farms
- Chain Stores & Franchises
- Commercial Offices
- Government Facilities
- Hospitals & Healthcare
- K-12 Schools
- Large Industrial Facilities
- Multifamily Properties
- New Construction
- Renewable Energy
- Retail Stores
- Small Businesses
- Water & Wastewater Facilities
Custom projects and incentives are calculated on a case-by-case basis for non-standard technologies and projects, and are based on size and type of organization and level of energy use. So whether you operate a large industrial facility with a $60,000 monthly energy bill, five-plus franchises within Wisconsin, an office, school or municipal building, a farm, and anything in between, we can show you how to be more energy efficient—and how to save on the cost of making improvements.
Before purchasing equipment or proceeding with upgrades, you must be working with an Energy Advisor from Focus on Energy. Your advisor will help you to determine if your project qualifies for a Focus on Energy custom incentive and will help you obtain any necessary approvals.
If you are ready to get started with your custom project, please download and complete Custom Incentive Guide.
Want to know if your project is REALLY worth it before getting started? Focus on Energy will pay up to 50% of the cost of an energy project assessment to help you determine the viability of a potential energy project.
- Download the Project Assessment Incentive Form to get started. Pre-approval is required.
To help us connect you with the right Focus on Energy efficiency expert, simply answer the following two questions.
Has your business had a utility bill that was at least $60,000 in one month in the past year, and used over 1,000 kilowatts of demand for any given month in the past year; or over 100,000 therms for any given month in the past year?
Do you own or operate five or more chain stores or franchises within the state of Wisconsin, and are those facilities retail, food sales or food service based?
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