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Wisconsin Gets $7.9 Million in Federal Funds for Energy-Efficiency Programs

Wisconsin won more funding Thursday than every state but California when the DOE awarded $76 million in funds for development of energy-efficiency technologies and careers. Wisconsin was awarded $7.9 million in this round of stimulus funding, the agency said.  That includes two projects at Johnson Controls Inc., one at Eaton Corp., two at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and one at Milwaukee Area Technical College.  Of the 26 states or territories that received funding, California was awarded the most, with $12.9 million. Trailing Wisconsin were New York, Connecticut, Michigan and Minnesota. 

 06/18 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel