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 support solar power, wind power, biogas, local hydropower, geothermal energy, and electric vehicles.
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See the project status of exciting renewable energy development in Wisconsin.
Focus on Energy
This program partners with utilities to help residents and businesses reduce energy waste. Learn More
Driving on Renewable Energy
Jane McCurry, our Program Manager for Electric Vehicles, is analyzing the upcoming EV market and identifying key policy opportunities. Learn More
Solar for Good
Solar for Good announces new grants to install solar energy for nonprofits. Learn More
Solar farms provide homegrown, healthy, and smart energy to Wisconsin citizens. Learn More
What’s going on at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and what could it mean for Wisconsin’s renewable energy market?
An upcoming decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has the solar industry, legislators, clean energy advocates, and state regulators extremely worried over the viability of solar power for homeowners and businesses. The New England Ratepayers...read more
On Thursday, June 18th the Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC) unanimously approved Xcel Energy’s three pioneering electric vehicle (EV) programs. Xcel, whose western Wisconsin service territory includes Eau Claire, La Crosse and Ashland, proposed two...read more
In October of 2019, Governor Tony Evers announced the formation of the Wisconsin Climate Change Task Force. Led by Lt. Governor Barnes, this bi-partisan group represents lawmakers, utilities, agriculture, environmental groups, health officials, and tribes with a goal...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.