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The Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation provides assistance to residents, businesses, and local governments interested in investing in clean energy and energy efficiency projects. Click on the title of a program below to see how we can help you.
In partnership with USDA, OEI is seeking increased utilization of Wisconsin-based biofuel in the state’s gasoline-ethanol blends. BRAWT, also known as the Biofuel Infrastructure Partnership (BIP), intends to drive innovative public-private partnerships to market higher levels of ethanol by providing cost-share for installation of fuel blending pumps, dispensers and other ethanol fueling equipment.
Clean Energy Manufacturing Revolving Loan Fund (CEMRLF) was created through an
American Reinvestment and Recovery Act grant through the U.S. Department of
Energy. CEMRLF provided low-interest
loans to Wisconsin’s manufacturers to utilize renewable energy and energy
efficiency in their facilities, enter green energy supply chains with new
commercial technology, or retool existing products for the clean energy marketplace.
Energy Independent Communities is a voluntary agreement between the State of Wisconsin and communities that have either adopted the common goal to source 25 percent of energy used from renewables by the year 2025 or another thoughtful plan that will lead this community towards achieving energy independence.
EIGP: Energy Innovation Grant Program
The Energy Innovation
Grant Program supports the
reduction of energy consumption and its cost to businesses and taxpayers,
increased use of renewable energy and transportation technologies,
comprehensive energy planning, and bolstered preparedness and resiliency in
Focus on Energy is Wisconsin utilities’ statewide energy efficiency and renewable resource program. Since 2001, the program has worked with eligible Wisconsin residents and businesses to install cost-effective energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
As the Wisconsin Office of Energy innovation, our goal is to see you realize your energy efficiency goals. With the Municipal Energy Efficiency Technical Assistance Program we will provide owner’s representative services to: municipalities, cities, towns, counties, K-12 School districts.
The State Heating Oil and Propane Pricing Program is a weekly survey of residential heating oil and propane prices in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin State Wood Energy Team was launched in the fall of 2014 via a cooperative agreement with the United States Forest Service. The job of the Team is to help homeowners, businesses, and institutions explore the use of wood for heat, power, or both.
The OEI collects yearly data on energy production, consumption, prices, and expenditures published in the Wisconsin Energy Statistics Book and Energy Use in State Facilities Report.