The Wisconsin Distributed Resources Collaborative, Inc. (WIDRC) is a voluntary collaborative committed to facilitating and promoting the successful deployment of economic, efficient and environmentally responsible distributed resources in Wisconsin.
Meetings & Notices . . .
- Please pay your Year 2016 dues
- 2016 WIDRC General Meetings will be held on the
following Fridays, with meeting locations to be announced:
January 22 April 15 July 15 October 21
The last meeting of the Wisconsin Distributed Resources Collaborative (WIDRC) was on Friday, April 15, 2016. The meeting was held from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm at Seventhwave (formerly the Energy Center of Wisconsin) located at 749 University Row, Suite 320, Madison, WI 53705.
See agenda details.
Our lunch speaker was Tony Siebert, VP of Product Management with EnSync Energy.
The Transformation of Our Business
Tyler Heubner of RENEW Wisconsin reported on this year's policy summit, see
Summary Report on RENEW Wisconsin Energy Policy Summit
- Presentations at WIDRC Meetings are intended
to be informative and should not be interpreted as
representing a consensus of the organization or opinions of
We thank all presenters for their time and effort. We try to provide pdf's of all presentations for the benefit of our members.
2015 Request for Applications Donation Announced
The Wisconsin Distributed Resources
Collaborative provided a limited amount of funding as a donation toward
distributed energy resource related activities in 2015.
Description of donations awarded
Applications were considered on a case-by-case basis by the Wisconsin Distributed Resources Collaborative under the terms of a Request for Applications.
Distributed Generation Programs Provided by Wisconsin Utilities
Shared Solar Program
A large solar array that can supply about 250 homes is planned for the roof of the Middleton Municipal Operations Center. Electricity from this system is available to MGE customers through a unique program called Shared Solar.
Xcel Energy is developing and supporting solar projects in Wisconsin through its new Solar*Connect Community℠ program. Plans are to break ground on two new solar gardens in 2016. Solar gardens make solar energy a possibility for everyone – home owners, renters and businesses. For more information and how to join the Solar*Connect Community℠.
General Reports of Note:
Public Service Commission
"Year 2012- Focus on
Energy Economic Impact Report"
Public Service Commission
"2012 RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARD COMPLIANCE REPORT"
Biomethane Project prepared for WIDRC:
- "Biomethane Production Facility Pipeline Interconnection in Wisconsin -- Issues and Strategies, a White Paper"
WIDRC Project: Powerpoint on the Development of a Strategy Paper on
Customer-Owned Renewable Natural Gas Interconnection Issues
- Background Documents - Customer-Owned Distributed Natural Gas
Utility Tariffs in Wisconsin
Utilities set out the rates, terms and conditions of
service in Commission-reviewed filings referred to as
tariffs. The tariffs are available in Portable Document
Electric and Gas Tariffs in utility name order (Wisconsin Public Service Commission Listing
Standard Interconnection Guidelines & Procedures in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Distributed Generation Interconnection Guidelines
Version Date April 9, 2004
Public Service Commission of Wisconsin
Distributed Generation Interconnection Procedures
Standard Interconnection Application Forms and Agreements
- (20kW or less) Standard Distributed Generation Application Form PSC6027, Dated March 4, 2004
(20kW or less) Distributed Generation Interconnection
Form PSC6029, Dated April 19, 2004
- (Greater than 20kW to 15MW) Standard Distributed Generation Application Form PSC6028, Dated March 4, 2004
- (Greater than 20kW to 15MW) Distributed Generation Interconnection Agreement Form PSC6030, Dated April 12, 2004