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WECC Welcomes New EVP of Finance Warren Laube

 - Finance expert accepts role as Executive Vice President of Finance Products and Services -

 MADISON, Wis. (August 1, 2018) – Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation (WECC) is excited to welcome Warren Laube as Executive Vice President of Finance Products and Services. Laube brings more than 20 years of banking experience to Energy Finance Solutions, the Financial Services Division of WECC. In his new role, Laube will lead product development, focus on expanding partnerships with capital providers, and integrate financing options into programs for customers.

“We are excited to have Warren join the WECC team,” said Mary Woolsey Schlaefer, President and CEO of WECC. “I am confident that his experience and leadership will drive innovation for our financial service offerings, resulting in more robust programs for our clients to help their customers make smarter energy choices.”

Upfront costs are a major barrier to implementing energy efficiency projects in homes and businesses. WECC is focused on helping to minimize these upfront costs so owners can invest in energy efficiency improvements and retrofits. Laube will help further redefine these financing strategies and programs, bringing proven programs to scale and providing more favorable financing for WECC’s clients and their customers.

About WECC
WECC champions and delivers innovative energy initiatives that produce enduring economic and environmental benefits for all. For almost 40 years WECC has been a leader in designing and implementing energy efficiency and financing programs. In 2017, WECC’s team of experts helped save more than $65 million in energy costs and reduced 353,365 metric tons of CO2 emissions. For more information about WECC, call 800.969.9322 or visit weccusa.org.