organization profile

Wisconsin Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy

About Us

The Wisconsin Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy (OSCE) is housed within the Department of Administration and partners with state agencies, state utilities, Native Nations, local governments, businesses, and other stakeholders. Its goals are to ensure all electricity consumed within the State of Wisconsin is 100 percent carbon-free by 2050 and that the State of Wisconsin fulfills the carbon reduction goals of the 2015 Paris Climate Accord.

  • Implementing the State's first Clean Energy Plan - centered on the values of equity, justice and collective action - to assist the State of Wisconsin in adapting to and mitigating the harm from climate change by using clean energy resources and technology.
  • ​Maximizing the creation of, and equitable opportunities for, clean energy jobs, economic development and stimulus, and retention of energy investment dollars in Wisconsin, .
  • Fostering innovation, research, and business development within the renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainability sectors.
  • Accelerating government-led efforts by developing energy efficiency, sustainability and renewable energy standards for all new and existing state facilities, office buildings, and complexes.​
  • Serves as a central source for information on funding and incentives for clean energy and sustainability efforts by stakeholders. OSCE can gather specific information pertaining to projects and help identify needs/ gaps, followed by providing timely information on incentives, resources, or connections to other organizations to help them move their projects forward.