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MPU is dedicated to providing customer-focused utility services to our business customers. These sources of information can help you learn more about available electric programs for your business.
Renewable Choice Program
Right now Manitowoc Public Utilities produces a majority of the electricity used in the City. We purchase the extra power we need from various sources. As a participant in the Your Renewable Choice program, you are directing Manitowoc Public Utilities to purchase the extra power we need from renew-able sources only.
- Help to speed up the process of changing over to renewable sources of electricity.
- Invest in the future of the “green” energy industry— the more people who make Your Renewable Choice a part of their energy usage, the more power will be generated from renewable sources each month to keep up with our demand for it!
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Focus on Energy Programs
Focus on Energy works with eligible Wisconsin businesses to install cost effective energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Focus information, resources and financial incentives help to implement projects that otherwise would not be completed, or to complete projects sooner than scheduled. Its efforts help Wisconsin businesses manage rising energy costs, promote in-state economic development, protect our environment and control the state's growing demand for electricity.
Customer-owned Electrical Generators
Customer owned electrical generators may only be interconnected (parallel generation) with the MPU electric system with the prior approval of MPU. Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapter PSC 119 codifies requirements for parallel generation. Application forms are available by contacting the MPU Distribution Operations Manager, Steve Bacalzo, at (920) 686-4310 or by selecting the appropriate link below:
For 20 kW or less Interconnection Agreements or Applications
For 20 kW to 15 MW Interconnection Agreements or Applications