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Planning for a Clean Energy Future: Wisconsin Communities Power On!

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February 17, 2021 - 7:30am to 8:45am
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 - 7:30am to 8:45am

Over the next decade, local communities throughout Wisconsin have the potential to make significant advances in the state's transition to a clean energy future. Energy Independent Communities (EIC) pledged to generate 25% of power and transportation fuels from renewable resources locally by 2025. There are 150 EICs which encompass 58.7% of Wisconsin’s population.

Representatives from UW Madison Extension (Sherrie Gruder) and the state’s Office of Energy Innovation (Megan Levy) joined us to reveal the results of the recently completed survey of the Energy Independent Communities. Further, they discussed upcoming programs and the urgency with which we need to address the clean energy transition within the next eleven years.

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Sherrie Gruder, LEED AP, is a Sustainable Design Specialist, Energy On Wisconsin Program Manager and Distinguished Lecturer with UW-Madison Extension.

Megan Levy is the Local Energy Programs Manager at the Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation.

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