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Our Partners in Conservation

The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership and the Green Masters Program prepare and share a Monthly Newsletter. The newsletter has become a dependable source of interesting information, scheduled events, conferences, training.

For the month of March:

New WSBC Intern - Riley Herzog, joins Communications & Marketing Team at WSBC

Green Masters Program Open - The Green Masters Program is currently in use by over 130 business in Wisconsin. Take some time to learn about the program and it's benefits. Once you understand you'll want to join the campaign. Amazing, enlightening, rewarding and free!

Cool Choices Promotion - Cool Choices is a game that educates and encourages participants to adopt more sustainable practices. As a game it provides an effective and engaging methodology that promotes and reinforces change amongst players. Value that may ultimately be extended to work and home.

WSBC 1% Nonprofit Partner - Learn about the 1% partnership and how you can amplify your impact

Sustainability Events - As a result of COVID 19 a number of events are in flux. Many have been canceled or postponed, though some have changed their venue to virtual.

Inspiration Corner - Learn about Heliogen and high tech solar energy production. Heliogen is funded by Bill Gates and actively engaged in the development of technology addressing intelligent controls, extreme heat for specific industries and green production of hydrogen for fuels. A much needed source of optimism.

Internship Opportunity - Birchwood Foods, a well-established company (84 years) is looking for an intern to join their Sustainability Team.

In the News - A few "cherry picked" articles. Interesting, Informative, Topical.

The next frontier is energy submetering: benefits and lessons learned

About this Event

Submetering allows you to monitor energy use from different electrical loads in your facility. This gives you the data to implement efficiency strategies and control costs. Join us for a full-day course on the benefits of submetering. Find out what to consider before purchasing a system, the benefits of different system types, and the levels of data they provide.

We’ll review common electrical loads where submetering is useful and discuss how to identify facility inefficiencies by analyzing submetering data. Hear from customers who have installed submeters and learn how they’ve used the data to manage their energy use. Finally, we’ll review industry best practices for plant shut down and start up procedures that minimize financial losses due to down time.      


  1. Define what to know before purchasing a submetering system.
  2. Discuss others’ experiences with submetering.
  3. Describe how submetering can lower peak demand charges and reduce energy waste.
  4. Explain plant start up and shut down procedures.


8 - 8:30 a.m. - Registration and continental breakfast

8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. - Program and lunch


  • Welcome and introductions
  • Overview of systems and applications
  • What you need to know before purchasing a submetering system
  • Case studies
  • Hear what others are saying about their experience with submetering
  • Plant start up and shut down procedures


Facility managers and engineers, energy engineers, electrical contractors, energy efficiency specialists, building owners, maintenance and operations personnel, energy and sustainability managers, purchasing managers and anyone with interest in power and submetering systems.

Two Locations

DATE:Tuesday, April 7
LOCATION: The Embassy Suites, Brookfield, WI
TIME: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

COST: $199

WAEE Members use promo code WAEE

for a $20.00 Discount  

For Details & Registration

DATE: Wednesday, April 8
LOCATION: The Marq, De Pere, WI              
TIME: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

COST: $199

WAEE Members use promo code WAEE

for a $20.00 Discount 

For Details & Registration

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