The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) awarded $7 million for 32 projects that reduce energy consumption, increase the use of renewable energy and transportation technologies, bolster preparedness and resiliency in the energy system, and ensure steps are taken to create comprehensive energy plans. Submissions from 108 applicants requesting more than $24.4 million in total funding were received.
The PSC reports that projects range from $5,152 to $1 million. “Of the 32 funded projects, 15 projects were for renewable systems, 9 projects fund energy efficiency improvements, 6 projects were for planning, and 2 projects were for clean transportation. This grant cycle also invests more than $2.3 million in 12 projects with a battery storage component, which brings online over 1,100 kW (or 1.1 MW) of battery storage. The state funds will be matched by $7,915,675 in funding provided or secured by the awardees.”
See the list of recipients . PSC