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Blog | January 9, 2020 by Kristin Haas

Slipstream partners with Growing up Healthy to help manufactured homes residents reduce energy costs during winter

Providing solutions to energy challenges is a pillar of Slipstream’s mission. When we can live out that mission while impacting those in need, we are reminded of the importance of our work and why we are grateful to do it. So, when Growing up Healthy, a coalition of organizations and agencies addressing social factors influencing the health of families in Rice County, Minnesota, asked for our assistance we did not hesitate.  More
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News | January 7, 2020 by Dan Streit

Slipstream partners with Croatan Institute to create financing model for regenerative agriculture

The agriculture industry significantly impacts global greenhouse gas emissions and energy use, as well as local and global water quality and quantity issues. Conventional farming practices are unsustainable in their effects on the land and soil. This is a problem that requires immediate action, which is why we are honored to be a part of creating a solution. More
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News | January 3, 2020 by Kimberly Johnston

New year brings a new program for Slipstream's Financial Services Division

Slipstream’s mission to make smart energy choices easy and accessible to everyone is being realized one step at a time. Financing is one of the major barriers to individuals making energy efficient updates to their home. We are proud to kick the new year off  by launching the Illinois Energy Loan Program with our utility partners. More
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News | January 2, 2020 by Chris Schultz-Buechner

New decade, new CEO: Frank Greb takes the helm at Slipstream

Frank Greb became the president and CEO of Slipstream, an innovator in creating solutions for a clean energy economy, on Jan. 1. Greb was the former Slipstream COO and takes over from Mary Schlaefer who recently retired from the organization.  More
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Blog | December 17, 2019 by Dan Cautley

A simple timer reduced energy consumption in a military facility by 34,000 kWh annually

Sometimes the simplest things can have the greatest impact when saving energy in commercial buildings. The key is to identify those opportunities. Slipstream worked for several years with Belkin International and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in a Department of Defense sponsored study to evaluate a Belkin technology designed to identify and quantify specific electric loads operating at any given time. The system works by applying machine learning algorithms to measurements made where electrical service enters a building. More