Sponsorship helps make The Energy Fair the largest and longest running event of its kind in the nation. Because of sponsor support, we’re able to keep admission rates low and attract over 13,000 sustainability-minded people.
Wisconsin Energy Fair Sponsors 2017
Published bi-monthly since 1987, Home Power is the premiere information resource for renewable energy and sustainable living technologies. Fun fact, after reading a call to action in Home Power magazine, a group of friends organized the first annual Energy Fair and here we are 28 years later! Find Home Power magazines next to Energy Fair Program Guides near Front Gate.
The mission of the Cooperative Regions of Organic Producer Pools (CROPP) is to create and operate a marketing cooperative that promotes regional farm diversity and economic stability by the means of organic agricultural methods and the sale of certified organic products.
Energy Fair Booth C1 to C2 – Dairyland provides wholesale electricity to 25 member distribution cooperatives in four states (WI, MN, IA, IL). In turn, these Touchstone Energy Cooperatives meet the electricity needs of more than half a million people. Dairyland’s renewable generation resources include hydro, wind, landfill gas, biomass, animal waste, and solar.
NWRE is central Wisconsin’s most trusted renewable energy solution provider, specializing in the design and installation of solar energy systems and high efficiency wood boiler systems. All told, the North Wind team brings over 75 years of in-house experience in design, installation, assessment, project management, consulting and service.
We are a full service solar electrical contractor providing grid-tied, standalone, and a wide variety of solar electric systems in WI. I personally have 37 years of experience in this field. We are also a factory authorized service center for Schneider Electric inverters.
A Wisconsin distributor since 1948, we have a clean energy division and currently have three product managers on staff who focus on the full turnkey operation of selling, installing, and supporting wind and solar energy products. We also sell energy efficient motors and lighting, pneumatics, safety, automation, and electrical equipment.
Delivers on solution, supply, and support to be our customers’ competitive advantage. Provide customers with premier products and services serving multiple markets: renewable energy, commercial, contractor, industrial, OEM, institutional, and system integrator. Established in 1920, serves Minnesota, northeast Iowa, and western Wisconsin. We are staffed with NABCEP certified specialists to meet our customers’ needs.
Alliant Energy Corporation is a Midwest U.S. energy company primarily engaged in electric generation and the distribution of electricity and natural gas. Our mission is to deliver the energy solutions and exceptional service that our customers and communities count on safety, efficiently, and responsibly.
A semester school for high school juniors and advanced sophomores focused on environmental stewardship and outdoor education. Scholarships are offered to all qualified students interested in an experiential curriculum immersed in environmental history, nature literature, and the science of conservation, while still continuing their required academic studies.
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) offers entry level knowledge assessment, professional certification, and company accreditation programs to renewable energy professionals throughout North America. Raising industry standards and promoting consumer confidence, NABCEP is known as the “gold standard” for PV and Solar Heating Installation and PV Technical Sales Certifications.
Seventhwave delivers trusted expertise for bold energy leadership. Seventhwave advances powerful strategies for real energy impacts through engineering, education, and research.
SunJack® is a portable solar panel that rapidly charges and powers any USB device with up to 5V/2A of current. Each SunJack® comes complete with a lithium-polymer battery that provides USB power under conditions with little or no sunlight.
Energy Fair U.S. Solar Mounts Demo – Heavy Duty Solar Mount. U.S. Solar Mounts is owned and operated by solar installers. They design and install their own solar racking systems to ensure quality for the customer and to decrease the amount of time required for each install.
Since 1917, Wisconsin Public Radio has been a pioneer in radio broadcasting, committed to educating, informing and entertaining local, regional, and statewide audiences. WPR consists of 34 radio stations, seven regional studios, and three content networks the Ideas Network, the NPR News and Classical Network, and the All Classical Network.
Arch Electric is commonly recognized throughout the Midwest as a leader in the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency industry. The company’s accomplishments and employees’ credentials are only possible because of our great customers.
Design and construction of high performance homes. Specializing in passive solar design, sustainable materials, and superior craftsmanship. Installation and design of Masonry Heaters.
Energy Fair Educator Resource Tent – The Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE) fosters universal environmental and social responsibility and builds capacity for developing environmental literacy and in pk-12 schools. The WCEE is part of the College of Natural Resources (CNR) at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, which is widely regarded as the nation’s leading undergraduate natural resource program.
Founded in 1954, The American Solar Energy Society (ASES) is the nation’s largest and most established community of solar professionals and enthusiasts dedicated to enabling a 100% renewable energy society in the United States.
The Central Rivers Farmshed, Inc (known to most as Farmshed) represents all aspects of the food system whose members are committed to making Central Wisconsin a renowned, local food community. Farmshed is made up of people who care about local food, the environment, and community. They share concerns about the current food system, are willing to take action, are motivated to change the way we relate to our food, and are working hard to connect the dots so that everyone knows where their food comes from.
Currently, Central Waters Brewing Company services over 200 retail locations in Central Wisconsin, and has expanded its product line to include 18 beer styles. CWBC continues to build the solid reputation of producing the finest quality beers in Central Wisconsin.
Midwest Energy News, launched in 2010, is a non-profit news site dedicated to keeping stakeholders, policymakers, and citizens informed of the important changes taking place as the Midwest shifts from fossil fuels to a clean energy system.
From its “cozy” first conference in 2005 with only 42 participants, the Small Wind Conference has grown into an internationally recognized and highly regarded networking opportunity for everyone who’s anyone in small wind. Manufacturers, installers, distributors, site assessors, policy makers, advocates, educators, and other wind energy professionals attend the conference to keep up to date on the industry, improve their knowledge, and share their experiences.
Students will be prepared to become stewards of the earth, graduating with the skills to create and change the world around them. TRCCS’s curriculum is inspired by Waldorf and Environmental education and offers a collaborative and non-competitive learning environment that integrates the arts and offers hands-on experiences for Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade.
Energy Fair Booth x37 – Wisconsin Farmers Union is a member-driven organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for family farmers, rural communities, and consumers through education, cooperation, and civic engagement. WFU’s Kamp Kenwood, on the shores of Lake Wissota near Chippewa Falls, offers summer camps focused on cooperation, leadership, civic engagement, and sustainability.