2023 Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards

FOCUS ON ENERGY® is proud to honor the 2023 Energy Efficiency Excellence Award winners and the 2023 Trade Ally Excellence Award winners. These 17 manufacturers, schools, farmers, government entities, and contractors, working with Focus on Energy and their utilities, took extraordinary steps to reduce energy waste. Six of those award winners work every day with their customers to help them become more energy efficient with building and equipment upgrades or by installing energy- efficient products.

Focus on Energy consistently looks for Wisconsin businesses striving to go above and beyond basic energy efficiency solutions and recognizes Trade Allies helping residents and organizations make better energy efficiency choices.

Energy Efficiency Excellence Award recipients:

  • Forest County Potawatomi Community – Crandon, WI
  • Miltrim Farms – Athens, WI
  • Great Lakes Veneer – Marion, WI
  • Redline Plastics – Manitowoc, WI
  • Western Technical College – La Crosse, WI
  • Gehl Food & Beverage Companies, LLC. – Germantown, WI
  • Kettle Moraine School District – Wales, WI
  • Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District – Milwaukee, WI
  • University of Wisconsin-Platteville
  • Rock County

Trade Ally Contractor Excellence Award recipients:

  • Atlas Electric & Control – Wausau, WI
  • NCLED – De Pere, WI
  • Ag Electrical Services, LLC. – Brillion, WI
  • Veridian Homes – Madison, WI
  • Weatherization Services – Milwaukee, WI
  • Charlie Wilkomm – Lennox Industries / Eric Sutkay – Kenosha School District – Pleasant Prairie, WI

“We’re so fortunate to have so many Wisconsin businesses are focused on energy efficiency. I’m thrilled to honor another set of Award winners this year that uniquely highlight how Energy Efficiency helps a business’s bottom line and keeps Wisconsin competitive,” said Lisa Stefanik, Focus on Energy Program Director. “This year’s award winners join a long line of our program’s past winners who go above and beyond supporting innovation and clean energy initiatives.”

A 2021 independent evaluation report found:

  • Focus on Energy served customers at more than 1.1 million residential and 6,000 business participants.
  • Annual energy savings total more than 450 million kilowatt-hours and more than 15 million therms in 2021.
  • Customers highly rated their interactions with Focus on Energy’s programs, Trade Ally contractors, and staff. Overall, customer satisfaction was rated as a 9.5 on a 10-point scale.
  • Since 2011, Focus on Energy incentives and technical assistance has reduced emissions in Wisconsin equivalent to taking 15 million cars off the road and kept 69 million tons of carbon dioxide from entering the environment.
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