US Lamp helps schools get $122,138 in combines rebates from Wisconsin's Focus on Energy program

US Lamp, Green Bay, Wis., Wisconsin’s Focus on Energy program, the School District of Crandon and the Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District and recently participated in check presentations for energy conservation projects.

In the Crandon project, the school district earned a Focus on Energy incentive of $66,700 for energy projects done by the district. This check presentation was held at the 16th Annual WASBO Facilities Management Conference in Wisconsin Dells on March 14.

Pictured from left are Al Bohl, energy advisor for Focus on Energy; Ray Smith, director of maintenance at the School District of Crandon; and Lee Christenson, lighting consultant/sales for US Lamp, Inc.

The Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District was also recognized with a Focus on Energy incentive check at the WASBO meeting. Pictured from left are Jeremy Bellile - lighting consultant/sales for U.S. Lamp; Randy Knowlton - director of buildings grounds & safety at Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District; and Al Bohl – energy advisor for Focus on Energy.

This Focus on Energy incentive of $55,438 was presented to the Chippewa Falls School District for comprehensive lighting upgrades provided by US Lamp in eight buildings throughout the district as well as exterior lighting projects at eleven of the facilities. The energy savings figures for lighting projects completed in Chippewa Schools in 2013 alone, total over 71kW demand savings and over 607,000 kilowatt hours reduced.

US Lamp, Inc. is a lighting distributor located in Green Bay since 1982. The company provides high efficiency lighting products and comprehensive lighting designs and energy conservation projects for commercial, industrial, school, and governmental buildings throughout Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest. Focus on Energy is Wisconsin utilities’ statewide energy efficiency and renewable resource program. Since 2001, the program has worked with eligible Wisconsin residents and businesses to install cost-effective energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

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