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FOCUS ON ENERGY® will provide $150 per tune-up to help you dry your grain more efficiently. By tuning up your grain dryer, you will see improved control, less downtime and less energy used to dry your grain. Keep your grain dryer running at its highest efficiency by performing annual tune-ups.
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(Madison, WI) – As Focus on Energy, Wisconsin’s statewide energy efficiency program, celebrates Energy Awareness Month, it is also celebrating and welcoming a new Managing Director who knows the program well. APTIM, the program administrator for Focus on Energy selected Lisa Stefanik to lead the Focus on Energy team.
Stefanik returns to the program after spending eight years in roles which included implementation, advisory, and evaluation in the energy industry and she has extensive experience in complex program management and operations including forecasting, analysis, budget management and overall program/project implementation. From 2004 to 2011, she worked as the Focus on Energy Marketing Manager and Energy Policy Advisor at the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
(Madison. WI) - FOCUS ON ENERGY® selected New Richmond and Mount Horeb as the two Wisconsin communities participating in the second round of the pilot program, the “Save to Give Challenge.” Residents will raise money for local charities while they save money learning new ways to save energy.
The “Save to Give Challenge” launched in 2020 exclusively for rural communities. The program’s success in Lodi and Bayfield last year means it can expand this year.
Beloit, WI – Beloit College students no longer need to stare at an abandoned coal power plant sitting along the Rock River on campus. They get to use it every day as their student union, recreation center, and gathering place for meetings. The college spent $46.6 million on turning the decommissioned Alliant Energy Blackhawk Generating Station into “The Powerhouse.” Funded entirely by public and private funds, The Powerhouse showcases how Focus on Energy® incentives can help Wisconsin reduce energy waste. The Powerhouse Project earned Beloit College a 2021 Energy Efficiency Excellence Award from Focus on Energy, a program run by APTIM.
“Energy efficiency through our Focus on Energy program is the most cost-effective way to reduce emissions from our power plants,” said Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers. “This project from Beloit College delivers on the promise to leave our kids with a better state and better world.”View All Press Releases