Clean energy is good for the earth, good for the economy, and really good for rural Wisconsin. Wisconsin utilities already know this and as a result are on track to meet a 40% reduction in aggregate carbon emissions by 2026 (1). Nevertheless, energy costs in Wisconsin remain some of the highest in the nation, largely due to the more than $12 billion sent out of the state each year to import fossil fuels (2). That’s why I support creating and expanding cost-sharing incentives here in Wisconsin for solar, wind, and other
renewable energy technologies at every farm, small business, and home. Continue reading to see my “Moving Forward on Clean Energy Plan."
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