Energy On Wisconsin Face to Face Meetings

"We need all the players: state, UW-Extension, university, governments and business to address long-term energy impacts. This is an important meeting where we are together to dialogue, share information and form partnerships around energy and sustainability."
-Troy Streckenbach, Brown County Executive, Energy On Wisconsin meeting, Green Bay, January 2013

Overview: Energy On Wisconsin, a collaboration of the State Energy Office and UW-Extension, is hosting quarterly gatherings of Energy Independent Communities (EIC) and other municipalities and school districts interested in sustainable energy programming. The sessions are designed to promote networking and learning from each other. Each of the gatherings will include a case study of the host area energy and sustainability programs and projects, sharing between attendees, information/training about the topic session, funding opportunities and strategies for that topic, and a tour, event or both. Meetings will be held in different regions around the state to promote participation.

Please register for the Energy On Wisconsin face to face meetings here: Register Online

“These are the types of discussions where positive change is stimulated and produced.”
-Michael Harper. Urban Clean Energy Ventures. Energy On WI meeting, Milwaukee, May 2013

Registration is free. Costs for the facility, food and beverages will be provided; attendees are responsible to cover mileage. Carpooling is highly recommended and we will provide a contact list to help facilitate that. For those who aren’t able to attend, notes and photos will be posted. Pre-registration will be set up before each session for meal count and to find car share matches.


Friday, April 20, 2012


Evansville Community School District, Training Room
340 Fair Street
Evansville, WI 53536


Mayor of Evansville, Sandy Decker; Evansville School District Administrator, Heidi Carvin; Evansville Water and Light Chairperson Jim Brooks


Evansville Energy Fair