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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 October:

• Introduction

• Conference Corner

• Green Masters Program

• Forward Careers Training Grants

• Sustainability Events

• In the News

• Inspiration Corner

Content for those that care... Take a look

Compressed air systems get the job done – but leaks can waste a lot of costly energy. Sometimes replacing that compressed air hose with an electric tool offers savings and convenience. Sometimes it makes more sense to fix the leak. How do you know which option is best?

Join one of our top-rated faculty to learn how to improve reliability, quality, and productivity – while saving money and energy. You’ll learn convenient rules of thumb to compare the costs between compressed air system applications and electrically operated equipment. We’ll share useful calculations and help you understand when replacement adds convenience. We’ll also help you choose and use ultrasonic leak detectors – when compressed air turns out to be the best answer for your situation. You’ll come away with practical strategies you can apply immediately.

As a result of this webinar, you will be able to: 
1.  Analyze the convenience, cost, and energy factors that help you choose whether to replace compressed air with electric applications or just fix the leaks.
2.  Use an ultrasonic leak detector with confidence.
3.  Calculate the cost associated with compressed air leaks. 
4.  Calculate the cost of operating a compressed air system.

Free to view and to receive continuing education credits. 

Wednesday, Nov. 11, 11 a.m.- noon Central


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Please see our FAQ page, call 608.210.7103 or email our registration contact.


Person fueling an electric car in front of solar panels and wind turbines overlaid with a chart of consumption over time and segments of a line graph indicated as "energy savings", "peak load offset", and "peak load reduction".

Load shifting: the market potential for carbon and energy savings

Tuesday, Nov. 10, 11 a.m. - noon CST

Energy efficiency measures that shift load can save energy, emissions and make programs more cost-effective. But what happens if load shifting bumps up against policy? New research by Slipstream for MN CARD shares planning scenarios for 14 load shifting measures. Measures include electric vehicles, commercial lighting, industrial demand management, air source heat pumps, and more. We’ll examine future scenarios like more renewable generation and electrification. You’ll leave the webinar with better analytical approaches to apply when planning load shifting measures. 

Learn more and register.

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Minnesota Department of Commerce, Division of Energy Resources through the Conservation Applied Research and Development (CARD) program.


FREE Profitable Sustainability Webinar

Tuesday, Nov. 3 from 10 AM - 11:30 AM

In this webinar, Bob will demonstrate how to estimate cost savings and profit improvement through the implementation of sustainable principles. The workbook helps you identify, quantify and monetize all potential business benefits of a sustainability project so you can build your case internally. It will help you speak business and finance language to help move your projects forward.

Who should attend?

Project managers, sustainability professionals, environmental engineers and anyone looking to move sustainability projects forward in your organization!


We are excited to have Bob Willard, author of The Sustainability Advantage, and keynote of this year's WSBC Conference, join us next week to introduce his open source tool on how to build a business case for a sustainability project.

This will be an interactive webinar where you can ask specific questions you have to your company or sustainability project.To learn more about the tool kit Bob will be discussing, visit this webpage.


For many of us “Preventing The Spread”, the stay at home policy that helps keep us safe, is proving to be easier said than done. With that in mind we have added some “Meaningful Distractions" to the website.

Interesting & Educational Diversions to Combat Cabin Fever and Add Stimulation to Home Schooling Curriculum.


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