Focus on Energy has announced that it's new Agriculture, Schools and Government Program is off to a great start this year. The statewide agency says 294 participants have completed 382 projects across Wisconsin since January 1. The program is focused on helping farms, schools, and government buildings keep energy costs down while running their facilities more efficiently.
The AgSG program offers both custom and prescriptive incentives for agricultural producers; tribes, federal, state, county and municipal entities; K-12 schools; colleges and universities that implement energy efficiency projects and upgrade existing equipment.
"We look forward to continuing to expand Focus on Energy's presence around the state and giving schools, government and agriculture customers the customized service they deserve," said Charlie Schneider, director of Focus on Energy's AgSG Program. "We not only provide financial incentives through this program, but also high-level energy expertise and educational opportunities to help these sectors make smart choices when implementing energy savings and renewable projects."
Prescriptive incentives are available to customers who install energy efficient equipment matching the equipment prescribed in the applications or catalogs found at: www.focusonenergy.com/applications. Custom incentives are also available for projects not covered under the prescriptive offerings.