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PSC releases new findings on energy efficiency potential from Energy Center study

Aug 04, 2009 — A final report by the Energy Center, commissioned by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, has been released showing that substantial net cost energy savings are achievable by 2012. MORE

Study Could Lead to More Power from Waste Wood

Jul 14, 2009 — The Energy Center of Wisconsin will study the availability of wood chips and other wood waste in western Wisconsin as the state and Xcel Energy look to explore ways to make more renewable electricity from wood. MORE

Energy Center Launches New Service for ComEd Customers in Northern Illinois

Jun 04, 2009 — The Energy Center of Wisconsin has been selected by ComEd of Chicago to design and administer its Smart Ideas for Your Business new construction design service. The service aims to improve standard building practices to make commercial buildings more energy efficient. ComEd's new construction... MORE

Energy Center Announces Promotions and New Employees

May 14, 2009 — Douglas Ahl, Technical Director: Dr. Ahl brings nearly two decades of extensive energy related experience to the Energy Center. His background includes quantifying potential impacts of climate warming on carbon sequestration and biomass growth, simulation modeling of ecosystem processes,... MORE

Ed Begley, Jr. and Marge Anderson on Wisconsin Public Radio

Mar 04, 2009 — Better Buildings: Better Business Conference keynote speaker Ed Begley, Jr. and Energy Center Associate Director Marge Anderson discuss energy efficiency and sustainable living strategies with Larry Meiller. MORE

Ed Begley, Jr. to Headline Energy Center of Wisconsin's Annual Energy Conference

Feb 01, 2009 — Award-winning actor and dedicated renewable energy advocate, Ed Begley, Jr. will deliver the keynote address at the Energy Center's annual Better Buildings: Better Business Conference, March 4-6, 2009 in Wisconsin Dells. The three-day event will draw more than 750 builders, remodelers and energy... MORE

Energy Center requires offsite venues to meet environmental standards

Jan 21, 2009 — Beginning in January 2009, only green venues will be used for offsite events coordinated by the Energy Center of Wisconsin. The Energy Center hosts more than 75 educational seminars and meetings each year, contracting with 25 different hotels, conference centers and other facilities. They also... MORE

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