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  • Renewable Energy Incentives from Focus on Energy August 11, 2014
    Focus on Energy is now offering competitive incentives for large renewable energy systems like solar, wind electric, biomass, or anaerobic digestion (biogas).  Customers can now apply for Focus’ Large Renewable Energy System Competitive Incentives. Incentives are available for up to 30 percent of the project costs for a renewable energy project.    
  • Map of WI Renewable Energy Projects August 11, 2014
    Renewable energy installations by county and renewable energy projects around the state are interesting to see.  In the second map, click on the dots to learn more about each site.      
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on WI Climate Change November 14, 2012
    This is a nice overview of how the state was impacted by extreme weather events in 2012:  Climate Change is here, even if election skipped it.  To learn more about climate change in Wisconsin, visit the Wisconsin initiative on Climate Change Impacts.
  • New Refrigerator and Freezer Recycling May 2, 2012
    WI Focus on Energy has just announced a new program in which they will come to your house to pick up working, older refrigerators and freezers for recycling.  You will receive $30 for each appliance (limit 2 per customer per year).  This is a fantastic opportunity to get rid of appliances that are costing you […]
  • Printable Air Quality Publication November 2, 2011
    “Fond du Lac County Action for Air Quality” is complete.  This publication describes all of the ways that air quality matters locally and includes notes about actions manufacturers and groups like the Asthma Coalition are taking to improve it.  If you would like hard copies of this publication, contact our office about how many you […]

Energy Tour

Fond du Lac County UW-Extension has hosted 3 energy tours in July 2009, October 2009, and July 2010. The guided bus tours have visited 10 sites using cutting-edge technologies and land use concepts to lower costs, protect natural resources, & strengthen the local economy.

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