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Wisconsins Businesses Can Become Environmental Leaders

Studies suggest 1500 Megawatts of Electricity Could Be Saved

The current state of energy policy in the Wisconsin, especially after the California Energy Crisis and the Blackout of 2003, is undergoing a paradigm shift. There was a time when the major power for change in the electricity industry resided with the utilities, the federal government and individual state public service c......

Full article >>> >Voluntary Emission Reduction Registry (VERR) is to ensure, to the greatest extent possible, that efforts undertaken voluntarily by persons in Wisconsin to reduce or avoid emissions of GHG [greenhouse gas] or air contaminants or to sequester carbon are publicly recognized (bold and italics mine) and that these reductions are considered under future mandatory federal or state em......

Full article >>> k 2002, Commercial lighting is the industrial sectors most important energy application. This is especially true when one considers that lighting on average accounts for 35% of business electricity bills. Other potential areas for improved energy efficiency and emission reductions are space heating, space cooling, refrigeration, compressor sequencing, water heating, and motion and ambient lighting......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Stephen Heins 12/17/03


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