A smart thermostat gives the barbershop a fresh way to save energy and money. Cut costs - get one for your home with a $50 incentive from Focus on Energy.
On the way to work, the barber passes MGE’s historic Blount Station. In 2011, MGE discontinued burning coal at Blount as part of its previous long-term framework called Energy 2015. Transitioning away from coal into a cleaner energy future continues today as part of Energy 2030. Beyond 2030, MGE is targeting net-zero carbon electricity by 2050.
Fade your energy costs! Borrow a portable energy meter from your local public library. Plug it in and find out what uses the most energy in your home.
Lue is a barber. He lives in Madison and likes Muhammad Ali, basketball and jazz.