Energy innovation grants offered to Wisconsin organizations

Wisconsin governor Tony Evers set a goal of producing carbon-free electricity by 2050, and a new round of funding aims to support that goal. The Public Service Commission (PSC) is handing out grants next spring for projects that “reduce energy consumption, increase the use of clean energy or alternative transportation technologies, or increase energy resilience.”

The energy innovation grants, totaling $7 million, are being made available to manufacturers, hospitals, nonprofits, schools, public utilities, and municipal and tribal governments.

To find out more about the program and learn how to apply for a grant, visit the Office of Energy Innovation.