News and Events

2020 Energy Innovation Grant Program 

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) announced the next round of recipients for the Energy Innovation Grant Program (EIGP) on April 1, 2021. The PSC awarded $7 million for 32 projects that reduce energy consumption, increase the use of renewable energy and tran​sportation technologies, bolster preparedness and resiliency in the eenergy system, and ensure steps are taken to create comprehensive energy plans. Applications for this grant cycle were due on January 22, 2021, in which 108 applications were submitted requesting more than $24.4 million in total funding. 

You can find a list of recipients here:

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​Please visit this link to learn more: ​Energy Innovation Grant Program

​Governor's Task Force on Climate Change Report

On December 9th 2020, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes announced the release of the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change Report. The report includes 55 climate solutions across 9 ​sectors that will lay the foundation for the state to better adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change, while also seeking environmental justice and economic opportunities in renewable energy and conservation.  

                                                                   Full Report

Wisconsin Energy Statistics 41st anniversary publication available

The 41st anniversary edition of Wisconsin Energy Statistics is now available online and for order. Forty one years of energy use, price, and expenditure data is available in full color for 1975-2017. Visit our we​bpage for more information. To order your copy, email​

Wisconsin Biogas Feedstock and Industry Survey 2021

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin - Office of Energy Innovation (OEI) and University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point (UWSP) have initiated a statewide Biogas Feedstock and Industry Survey. The survey aims to explore and assess the current status, challenges, and future opportunities of biogas facilities throughout Wisconsin.

In partnership with both students and staff at UWSP, more than 250 Wisconsin facilities, including wastewater treatment facilities, landfills, industrial and food processing facilities, were asked to participate through electronic and mail survey submission. This project serves as a follow-up to OEI's Biogas Survey Report conducted in 2015.

Staff and students plan to collect responses until the end of January and provide a final report of its findings to the public by April 2021.​​