Eagle Point Solar is committed to sales, installation, and deployment of solar electric systems throughout the Midwest. We produce emission-free energy throughout Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin in order to reduce greenhouse gases, create jobs, and boost domestic economic activity.
Since 2008, we have been serving the renewable energy industry in a number of ways. We have long standing relationships with, and access to, a wealth of experienced engineers, builders, architects, electricians, plumbers, and other construction professionals to facilitate the unique demands of every project.
At Organic Valley, we like to keep things honest and simple: we provide dairy products with no added hormones, antibiotics, or toxic pesticides and grow produce the organic way, with none of the toxins or synthetic fertilizers.
In our 26th year, RENEW Wisconsin continues to advance renewable energy policies for Wisconsin through advocacy, education, and collaborative initiatives.
American Transmission Co. owns and operates high-voltage electric transmission systems that provide the pathway for power into communities.
We will power our communities and empower cooperative members to improve the quality of their lives. We will provide our members with value in the form of safe, reliable, sustainable, and competitively-priced electricity.
Amber Westerman specializes in thoughtfully designed buildings that are energy and resource efficient, as well as a delight to live and work in.
The DH Solar division manufactures two types of systems that range from the Dual Axis tracker and the Fixed Pole system with seasonal change adjustment. The racking is manufactured to work with most solar modules.
Inn Serendipity is a farm stay featuring breakfasts prepared with ingredients grown organically on site, a tour of the straw bale greenhouse, a life size chess set, and is completely powered by 100-percent renewable energy. We also provide Complementary Tesla Destination Charging for electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid vehicle recharging for guests.
Julie Kardatzke (Card-AT-ski) is a licensed architect based in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Julie specializes in the design of single-family residences, home additions, and home remodels that are tailored to the specific needs, sites, and budgets of their owners.
We strive to provide our customers with the information necessary to supplement their pursuit of solar power in order to ensure a fair and practical experience. We provide services for residential, commercial, new construction locations, generators, and various solar options.
The Linda and Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice, and Sustainability is dedicated to socially progressive change, community partnership, sustainability, and ecological justice.
We offer complete, professional, and responsive service in solar solutions in order to help you control current costs, save money now, and keep saving money later.
Crazy Lenny’s E-Bikes store is now one of the largest independent, electric-only bike store retailers in the nation. We have over a dozen e-bike brands, nearly 200 models on display, and over 1,000 bikes in stock.
At Madison No Fear Dentistry, we focus on you, the patient. Everyone is treated as an equal in our non-judgmental environment.
Midwest Solar Power, LLC was formed in 2009, and specializes in providing the best solar installation ideas to each project we take on.
The Legacy Solar Co-op is a Wisconsin member cooperative that strives to reduce wasteful and polluting energy practices so we may improve the economic and ecologic conditions for generations to come.
We provide design and building services for solar energy project installations that will stand the test of time along with comprehensive customer service.
Fizzeology is committed to strengthening our local community by sourcing ingredients from small, local, organic farms. Our mission is to raise health awareness one gut at a time by marketing real foods in harmony with nature.
B&Es Trees Farm was founded in 2011, and preserved 64 acres of woodland through the harvest of maple syrup. In 2013, we began aging our maple syrup in bourbon barrels.
The UW Environmental Resource Center’s mission is to empower individuals and communities to make conscious, well-informed decisions about their environments and the social processes involved in caring for them.
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