Campus-Wide Energy Committee

Helping UW-Stout reduce our energy consumption, move toward clean energy, and neutralize greenhouse gases
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We are faculty, staff, and students who work to improve UW-Stout's energy efficiency, decrease energy consumption, and move toward clean energy. 

What does the Waste Reduction Work Group do?

  • Recommend the implementation of policies, procedures, and projects aimed at reducing UW-Stout's energy consumption, including institutional and individual behaviors affecting our energy consumption 
  • Help manage the Focus on Energy program and procedure, maximizing opportunities for obtaining financial rebates
  • Provide recommendations for the campus to drive down energy consumption and costs aimed at meeting our Carbon Commitment goals
  • Facilitate implementation of approved energy projects (e.g., LED lighting retrofits, renewable energy projects)

This committee is co-chaired by Zenon Smolarek, Associate Director of Facilities Management and Kadi Wright, Sustainability Manager.

Price Commons Solar Panels
Solar PV system on roof of Price Commons

Building Dashboard

See UW-Stout's electricity use in kWh, dollars spent, and CO2 emitted for each building and for the campus as a whole.
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Focus On Energy Procedure

Want to know about the administrative procedure we use to seek out rebates for energy projects?
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Memorial Student Center at dusk.

Buildings & Energy @ UW-Stout

Check out our Buildings & Energy web page to learn more about our building and energy projects.
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Give Us Your Feedback

Tell us how you think our campus could be more sustainable. We want to hear your ideas, complaints, and questions!