- Agriculture Lighting & Equipment
- Agriculture, Schools & Government
- Business Incentive Program
- Commercial Kitchen
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- 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
Add cost-effective renewable energy to your facility by tapping into valuable financial incentives.
Renewable Energy Loans
As of October 20th, 2016, the Wisconsin Public Service Commission has discontinued the Renewable Energy Revolving Loan Fund. Focus on Energy is no longer accepting new loan applications.
If you have a pending application for a renewable energy loan, please contact the program at 608.203.0115 to inquire on status.
Focus on Energy plans to continue to work with lenders across Wisconsin to support financing opportunities for renewable energy technology.
2017 RECIP Update
The Renewable Energy Competitive Incentive Program provides incentives for cost-effective renewable energy systems installed at eligible Wisconsin businesses through a competitive request for proposals (RFP) process.
The Renewable Energy Competitive Incentive Program Request for Proposals (RFP) has been posted. Please click here to view RFP details.
Feasibility Study for Existing or New Anaerobic Digester Facilities for Use of Biogas as a Renewable Energy Source
Focus on Energy offers feasibility study grants designed to encourage end-users to undertake renewable energy biogas projects at existing or new anaerobic digester facilities. Study grants are also provided for assessing the feasibility of installing new on-site anaerobic pretreatment facilities. These grants assist Wisconsin businesses in overcoming financial barriers to make the study and conceptual engineering of complex upgrades possible. Grant Application and Guidelines can be downloaded below: