Our partners are companies and non-profit organizations that seek to spread energy improvement more broadly and deeply among a portfolio of buildings, quickening a reduction in financial and environmental costs.
They typically are ready to ramp-up a pilot program so it can be run more efficiently and effectively, engaging many more. They have a range of services and partners that can be brought together more fully and transparently to achieve their goals.
We select to work with our partners only if they meet certain necessary conditions. As we start, we help firm their unique Action Table and program elements, set key milestones, launch dates and program reviews. We train local project leaders to administer the site. Throughout, we support with our deep experience with energy improvement and organizational change issues.
Among our partner programs today:
Winneshiek Green Teams – Launched a year-long program in May of 2013 in Decorah, IA to engage a range of businesses, government offices and schools to quickly reduce energy and related environmental costs.
ThedaCare – Expanding and deepening its energy management program among 30 hospitals and clinics in Central Wisconsin.
Ohio Interfaith Power & Light – Launching a program to support a diverse coalition of congregations in Ohio for energy audits and taking action to improve energy use and reduce CO2 contributions.
Lutherans Restoring Creation – Launching a nationwide program to support congregations taking action to reduce their individual and collective carbon footprint and reduce financial costs.
Ministry Health Care – Strengthening its energy management among some 50 hospitals and clinics in Wisconsin.
City of Madison – Stepping up its energy management program among city operated buildings. Today involving 53 city-owned properties.
Hoffman Sustainable Performance℠ – Supporting its clients in confirming energy performance of their buildings, taking additional action to be more sustainable.
Middleton-Cross Plains School District – Incorporating energy education into management of their school buildings. Seeking now to spread to the community.
Sustain Dane – Working with a wide range of businesses in the greater Madison, WI area in the Mpower Business ChaMpions program. To date has involved more than 80 very diverse companies. Targets building energy, water, transportation and more.
Chicago Public Schools – Working with EnergyNet to provide support for 50 schools in its Energy Shared Savings program.
National Energy Foundation – Supported 30 schools in Indiana with its Energy Action in Schools program.