Mark Anderson is serious about making sure his clients, many are members of Wisconsin’s Agricultural community, realize they can become energy efficient and still save money. Anderson Electric is only one of two Focus on Energy Trade Allies to receive an Energy Efficiency Excellence Award in 2021 and it is because of his energy efficiency dedication to any client, large or small, that made giving Mark and his team the award.
“If you’re a contractor who thought this process was too cumbersome or didn’t have time to work with Focus on Energy, you’re making a big mistake,” Anderson Electric owner Mark Anderson said. “It makes your relationship more solid when you are looking after them in all aspects of their business. When you find these energy efficient products and incentives for them, you are just partnering better with your customers.
Located in Spencer, Anderson is the central Wisconsin leader in agriculture wiring with 30 years of experience. It also serves residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal customers.
Since 2014, Anderson Electric has provided more than 670 applications for incentives given to his customers for their purchase and installation of energy efficient products.
“We really appreciate the value Mark sees in Focus on Energy for his customers and business,” Focus on Energy Stakeholder Manager Frank Barth said. “As successful as Focus on Energy has been in the last 20 years, none of that could have happened without the collaboration we have with Trade Allies such as Anderson Electric.”
“Energy Efficiency is the wave of the future, so it’s nice to see somebody partner with somebody who really has a focus energy efficiency and renewable energy,” Wisconsin State Representative Donna Rozar. “Thank you for what you do for residential and agricultural customers in the 69th Assembly District.”
“It’s nice to see partnerships that you can leverage resources,” Wisconsin State Senator Kathleen Bernier said. “Bottom line, you help out the agricultural community which is so important to the 23rd Senate District.”