In our 30th year, RENEW Wisconsin continues to advance renewable energy policies for Wisconsin through advocacy, education, and collaborative initiatives.
The Center for Energy Research/Education/Service (CERES) at Ball State University, is an interdisciplinary academic support unit focused on issues related to energy and resource use, alternatives, and conservation.
Chippewa Valley Technical College
Adam Wehling – Dean of Agriculture, Energy, Construction & Transportation
4000 Campus Road
Eau Claire, WI 54703
The Eco-Justice Center is an environmental education center and organic farm. We offer programming for lifelong learning designed to encourage exploration, connect people with sustainable growing practices, and promote healthier ecosystems that restore right relationships.
Advancing environmental science research and education to benefit rural communities using advanced technologies.
The Ecology Action Center aims to inspire and assist our community in creating, strengthening, and preserving a healthy environment. The EAC acts as a central resource for environmental education, information, outreach, and technical assistance in McLean County.
Escuela Verde cultivates a community that is participatory, just, sustainable, and peaceful. We are a public charter school that admits students who strive in our project-based learning environment.
Our mission is to provide relevant technical education and training to support student goals, a skilled workforce, and the economic vitality of our communities. Our vision is to be a catalyst in engaging partners to bring innovative educational solutions to individuals, employers, and communities – transforming challenges into opportunities
Indian Hills Community College changes lives by inspiring learning, diversity, social enrichment, and regional economic advancement.
The Linda & Gene Farley Center is located on 126 acres of farmland near Madison, and is focused on environmental and human justice issues. Our organic farms and other projects are supported by our green cemetery, Natural Path Sanctuary.
We engage our young people in After-school and Summer Camp Programs with STEAM activities. Our programs can boost academic performance, reduce risky behaviors, and provide physical health. We take our convictions and turn them into action.
Madison College is a national leader having offered coursework and academic certificates in renewable energy for over 15 years. The college’s Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education (CREATE) is funded by the National Science Foundation to advance the field of renewable energy by supporting two-year college renewable energy programs nationwide. Madison College is currently constructing a 1.4 MW solar photovoltaic system that will be the largest rooftop solar installation in the State of Wisconsin.
Mid-State’s unique facilities and equipment, experienced faculty, and off-campus design and installation activities make the Renewable Energy Technician program a one-of-a-kind opportunity for hands-on learners in central Wisconsin.
For more than 50 years, the Social Development Commission (SDC) has empowered Milwaukee County residents with the resources to move beyond poverty. To learn more about SDC’s services and programs, visit cr-sdc.org.
Energy on Wisconsin, a collaboration between UW-Madison Extension and the Office of Energy Innovation, engages communities, tribes, businesses and organizations to advance Wisconsin’s transformation to a clean energy economy.
Wisconsin Farmers Union, a member-driven organization, is committed to enhancing the quality of life for family farmers, rural communities, and all people through educational opportunities, cooperative endeavors, and civic engagement.
Wisconsin Green Muslims is a volunteer environmental justice group formed in 2005. We intend to educate our members, the Muslim community and the general public, about the Islamic environmental justice teachings, so they apply these teachings in daily life and form coalitions with others working toward a just, healthy, peaceful, and sustainable future.
KEEP – Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program – has a vision of communities making informed energy choices now and for a sustainable future. Training and energy education hands-on resources are available to formal and non-formal educators.
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