RENEW Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building a stronger, healthier, more vibrant Wisconsin through the advancement of renewable energy. We work on policies and programs that expand solar power, wind power, renewable fuels, local hydropower, building electrification, energy storage, and electric vehicles.
Key initiatives, events, and news you need to know about.
Wisconsin’s Roadmap to Net Zero
New detailed energy and economic modeling shows Wisconsin can cost-effectively transition to net-zero emissions by 2050, reaching a point where we emit no more carbon into the atmosphere than can be removed. Learn More
Focus on Energy
This program partners with utilities to help residents and businesses reduce energy waste. Learn More
Solar for Good
Solar for Good announces new grants to install solar energy for nonprofits. Learn More
Renewable Energy Installation Map
See Wisconsin’s commercial renewable energy installations in on map. View Map
See the project status of exciting renewable energy development in Wisconsin. Learn More
Solar farms provide homegrown, healthy, and smart energy to Wisconsin citizens. Learn More
With over 20 years of experience as an environmental non-profit in Milwaukee’s northwest side, Walnut Way Conservatory has established itself as a trusted resource for local residents and stakeholders statewide through its commitment to creating healthier, safer, and more prosperous communities.read more
In the fall of 2022, the district applied for the Clean Bus Program Grant through the EPA, funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.read more
RENEW Wisconsin selected 13 projects for this year’s Honor Roll. These projects and the organizations involved in them demonstrate leadership, ambition, and climate awareness in their design and use of clean energy. ALLIANT ENERGY (WPL) SOLAR PORTFOLIO In...read more
Our members are invested in advancing clean energy in Wisconsin. RENEW Wisconsin leads and represents these businesses and organizations who want more clean, renewable energy in Wisconsin.