Slipstream has been delivering residential energy efficiency solutions since 1980.
We are Slipstream
Years in business
In 2018, Slipstream helped save
$53.7 Million In Energy Costs
1.04 Million Therms
373 Million kWh of Electricity
283,985 Metric Tons of CO2
That's equal to
Cars taken off the road
Gallons of gas
Homes powered for a year
The energy savings potential in the commercial and industrial sector is enormous.
Since 1995, we have partnered with hundreds of utilities, government agencies, financial institutions and contractors to offer programs that make energy efficiency affordable.
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Slipstream in Action
Slipstreamers share sustainability insights in Milwaukee Business Journal
The Milwaukee Business Journal published an article titled, “A Sustainable Surge: Popular support, technological advances and attractive financing propel energy-efficiency and the adaptive re-use of existing buildings.” Our very own Connor Jansen, senior product manager, and Kim Johnston, senior marketing manager, were featured in the article to provide insights on how to make buildings more sustainable, why it is important to do so, what resources are available to help mitigate costs, and what trends are coming for the future. Continue reading
Employee caught in the Slipstream - Sam's journey to net-zero
At Slipstream, we have employees who want to walk the talk when it comes to energy efficiency. Sam Simonetta is one of those people. Sam considers himself fortunate to be able to live net-zero (NZ) in a home he and his wife, Christine, designed and built -- with a lot of help. As a kid, Sam dreamed of generating his own electricity from wind power, and in 2001 he and Christine decided it was time to make that happen. Their aspirations didn’t take shape overnight though. Continue reading
Milwaukee Business Journal: A Sustainable Surge
This article originally appeared in the Milwaukee Business Journal. It features Slipstream's Connor Jansen and Kimberly Johnston. Continue reading
Climate Crisis Roundtable
Earlier this year I joined Slipstream to help reduce carbon emissions and strengthen communities. Or, as I put it when I updated my LinkedIn profile, “More community. Less carbon. Great careers.” A couple of weeks ago, as I was digging in from my base in Chicago, I was asked to speak at a roundtable held by the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis. Communities everywhere will be part of creating solutions to climate change. I served as Chief Sustainability Officer for the City of Chicago for about five years, and they wanted me to address Chicago’s experience. Continue reading
Climate Crisis Roundtable
Slipstream vice president and sustainability guru, Karen Weigert, contributed her insights on the climate crisis—and solutions—to help the U.S. House of Representatives develop innovative climate policy. Karen spoke as part of a panel of experts for the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on the Climate Crisis. She provided thought leadership on the impacts of climate change in the Great Lakes region. Continue reading