Like nearly every aspect of our lives, this rural energy behavioral pilot has been affected by the novel coronavirus. Focus on Energy staff continue to track the latest local health and safety guidelines across the State of Wisconsin as well as the ever-evolving needs of local communities during this difficult time. Much of the planned in-person community engagement will now be held digitally, such as the community stakeholder workshops, and through non-contact activities. Until it is safely recommended to gather in groups, digital or virtual meetings will replace in-person activities.
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- What is the Save to Give Challenge?
- How does the Save-To-Give Challenge work?
- What are the goals of the pilot?
- How does or has the COVID-19 pandemic changed this pilot?
- What are the benefits of participating?
- What qualifies as a local cause?
- How are energy actions defined?
- How long does the “Save-To-Give” Challenge last?
- How do I apply?
- When are applications due?