WECC received a Gold Award for the Program Guide developed for the Focus on Energy New Homes Program. The Guide is a 10-page booklet which details the various standards and requirements of the residential new construction program.
Awarded to Suzanne Harmelink, WECC Senior Program Manager. The Educator of the Year Award recognizes and honors premiere educators in the energy-efficiency and residential building field.
Awarded in 2017 by Governors Energy Excellence Awards to WECC and MECA
MECA EO Collaborative members received awards for Best Project – Public for the Ewen-Trout Creek School District (Ontonagon) and Best Project – Agriculture for Friske Orchards (Great Lakes Energy).
WECC received Honorable Mention for Facebook content developed for Alliant Energy’s “Be Bright” LED program.
WECC received Honorable Mention for a print ad featured in Country Lines Magazine, which promoted energy efficiency programs for MECA’s Energy Optimization Program.
WECC received a Gold Award for its corporate values puzzle. The oversized puzzle was developed as an employee engagement tactic when the company launched its new mission, vision, and values statements in 2017.
WECC received Honorable Mention for an overview brochure of MECA’s Energy Optimization programs, titled “Opportunity Knocks.”
WECC received a Gold Award for the builder annual report developed for the Focus on Energy New Homes Program.
Awarded in 2016 by Wisconsin Division of Energy, Housing, and Community Resources to WECC
Awarded to Bob Pfeiffer, Slipstream Building Science Specialist. The Home Energy Plus Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes individuals who have made key contributions to the Home Energy Plus programs.
WECC received a Platinum Award for Energy Finance Solutions (EFS) Contractor Portal promotions. The E Source conference promotional postcard announced the launch of the EFS Consumer and Contractor Portals.
WECC received Honorable Mention for its corporate overview brochure.