Trade Ally Spotlights

Focus on Energy wouldn't be where it is today without the hard work and dedication of its Trade Ally Contractors. We recognize the following Trade Allies for their hard work and dedication to the Focus on Energy program.

Agromatic Inc.

Agromatic Inc. has been providing dairy farmers with high quality agricultural equipment since 1898. As a family-operated business they continue to grow and meet the needs of their customers with unmatched service. 

“We are dedicated to expanding our distribution network to better serve our customers. We will strive to be in the forefront of technological advances and introduce that technology to the market only when it meets our rigid reliability and quality standards,” said Kent Englund, Agromatic manager.

A popular item that Agromatic sells and installs (that qualify for Focus on Energy incentives) are panel and exhaust fans.

"We believe in doing the right thing for our end users, we sell them energy efficient products for two reasons, to help reduce emissions and save our customers money on reduced electrical bills,” Englund said. “Going forward we are requiring that our manufactures meet our strict design requirements."

A registered Trade Ally since 2015, we look forward the their continued participation. For more on Agromatic, visit their website here.

 

US Lamp

US Lamp began in 1982 in Green Bay as a lighting distributor of GE lighting products and still serves the Midwest in this capacity. 

In 1986 Randall Johnson became president of the company and decided to branch out into the lighting services sector. After expanding its lines, US Lamp is now a leading provider of energy audits, lighting retrofits, and computer-aided lighting design.

When asked why they became a Focus on Energy Trade Ally owner Randy Johnson replied, "Energy efficient lighting products and solutions are what we do as a company. Being involved with Focus on Energy is a perfect fit to compliment what we offer our customers." 

Randy has participated in many Focus on Energy advisory meetings because it allows him to share feedback that helps shape the program’s future.

For more on this great Trade Ally and Focus on Energy advocate, visit their website here

Click here to read a profile of a recent US Lamp project with a Green Bay area business.

 

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