Walk into Madison's new Central Library at 201 W. Mifflin St. and you could be forgiven for focusing only on its aesthetics. But don't let the library's good looks distract: it's just as earth-friendly as it is beautiful. And it's the home of MGE's latest technology project for the community, a green roof.
When H&H Group Holdings—an engineering, construction and energy management group— moved into new offices, they did something they'd dreamed about for years: installed the energy improvements they'd been recommending to their clients.
It wasn't long ago that volatility was the name of the game when it came to natural gas prices. Between 2000 and 2010, prices were anywhere from as low as $2 a dekatherm to as high as $15. Since 2011, however, that range has pretty much stayed between $2 and $4.50.
MGE's Green Power Tomorrow (GPT) program is a national leader, according to an annual assessment released recently by the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
MGE's gas expansion model has resulted in natural gas service being extended into rural areas since its launch last year. This pilot program offers an affordable transition from propane or heating oil.
The folks at Isthmus Engineering aren't only building remarkable new machines, they're building a better planet thanks to their commitment to green power. See their story here.
Interested in CNG vehicles for your fleet? Use our resources to learn more about them and see vehicles in action. For photos, check out our CNG at Work photo album. To get the latest news, subscribe to MGE's CNG News Briefs. Learn more about CNG here.
Keep natural gas equipment operating safely and efficiently with regular inspections. Equipment that is operating efficiently reduces energy use and the risk of equipment damage and injury to your employees. A professional who specializes in natural gas-fired equipment should perform the inspection.
Questions? Call 608-252-7222 and ask for Pat Baldwin, MGE director of service and metering. Learn more about natural gas safety here.