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Thinking of swapping out a gas stove for induction? Here’s how Milwaukee Public Radio WUWM 89.7, January 12, 2023

$150 million in federal infrastructure rebates can help Wisconsin residents ‘green’ their homes, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 9, 2023

Healthy Home Upgrades and City of Milwaukee Environmental Collaboration Office Climate and Equity Plan

Despite GOP opposition, new law delivers lower energy costs, jobs, security, Wisconsin Examiner, September 23, 2022

Report: More than half-million Wisconsin homes could qualify for new weatherization incentives, Wisconsin State Journal, October 16, 2022

Wisconsin home heating costs likely to increase 17% this winter, report finds, Wisconsin Public Radio, Oct 2, 2022

Report: More than half-million Wisconsin homes could qualify for new weatherization incentives, Wisconsin State Journal, October 15, 2022

Home Improvement: The move to electric, Wisconsin Public Radio, September 8, 2022

Wisconsin perspectives on what the new Inflation Reduction Act means for consumers and the planet, Milwaukee Public Radio, WUWM 89.7 FM, September 7, 2022

Green Homeowners United

The Fine Art of Real Estate Podcast, August 2, 2022

Grant will help 50 low-income homeowners get free energy-efficient home upgrades

Spectrum News 1, July 19, 2022

Partnership receives $500K to cut Milwaukee-area carbon emissions and utility bills

Wisconsin Public Radio, July 13th, 2022

Some Milwaukee and Waukesha homeowners in financial need to benefit from energy innovation grant

WUWM Radio 89.7fm, July 13, 2022

State PSC Program Makes Homes More Green

Urban Milwaukee, July 13, 2022

Green Homeowners United officially opens to the public

Fox 6, July 12, 2022

Many homeowners have a strong interest in climate change. Here are Milwaukee-area resources that can help them create 'greener' homes

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 25th, 2022

Home retrofits are a burgeoning business in the campaign against climate change

PBS Wisconsin, May 10th, 2022

Nashotah couple invests in eco-friendly upgrades to lower energy costs and carbon emissions

Wisconsin Public Radio, April 22nd, 2022

Greenpenny Adds GreenCHOICE Mortgage to Sustainable Financing Options

Greenpenny, April 5, 2022

Mindful Building and Living: Eco-friendly and energy-efficient construction in the area takes on new meaning for homeowners thinking about environmental impact and overall health

MKE Lifestyle, March 18, 2022

Longtime organic farmer is applying the regenerative agriculture concept to Dane County’s real estate market

Madison Magazine, January 7th, 2022

New programs help homeowners, homebuyers go green

Fox6 Milwaukee, October 25, 2021

With low interest rates, financing offers are means to cut costs, carbon footprint

Wisconsin State Journal, May 24, 2021

Pictured: Evolution Marketing's Lisa Geason-Bauer and City of West Allis Mayor Dan Devine at Green Homeowners United's ribbon cutting

Pictured (left to right): Lt. Governor Sara Rodriguez, Wisconsin Housing & Economic Development Agency Secretary Elmer Moore Jr, State Rep Supreme Moore Omokunde, Public Service Commission chairwoman Rebecca Valcq, State Rep Christine Sinicki

Pictured: Jack and Harrison Phillips, Residential Energy Specialists

Mayor Johnson and other local leaders gather on Milwaukee's northwest side to discuss tax rebates

Photo credit 620 WTMJ