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Incentives from Focus on Energy             

Focus on Energy is Wisconsin utilities’ statewide energy efficiency and renewable resource program. Focus on Energy is funded by the state’s investor-owned energy utilities, as required by law, and participating municipal and electric cooperative utilities. To participate in Focus on Energy programs, residents or business owners must be customers of a participating utility, such as We Energies.

You can pair incentives from the statewide Focus on Energy program with a loan through Me2.  If you don't want a Me2 loan, you may still be eligible for Focus on Energy incentives.

Focus on Energy incentives for homeowners offers two levels of incentives. "Tier 2 Incentives" offer higher incentives for income-eligible households and require you to complete an application.  Tier 1 Incentives are not based on income and are available directly through your Participating Me2 Contractor. See the table below.

Focus on Energy offers rebates up to $2,250 for whole house insulation and air sealing improvements through its Home Performance with ENERY STAR® program.  Apply for Enhanced Rewards.

Focus on Energy offers rebates up to $2,400 for efficient equipment like furnances and boilersApply for Enhanced Rewards.

 

Tier 2 Incentives PROGRAM SELF-SCREENING TOOL

Household Members

Gross Annual Income Upper Limit (2016)

1

$34,134

2

$44,637

3

$55,140

4

$65,642

5

$76,145

6

$86,648

If your gross annual income falls below the upper income limit for your household size, you may be eligible for the Tier 2 Inventive Program. If you are above the upper limit, you may qualify for standard Tier 1 Incentives. Click the links above for the Tier 2 Incentives application for the type of service you are looking for.

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