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Feds hand Wisconsin $15 million for energy efficiency (2:20 p.m. 11/3/09)

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Federal officials say they’ll give a Wisconsin organization nearly $15 million in stimulus money to make industrial energy systems more efficient.

U.S. Department of Energy officials say Clean Tech Partners of Madison will get $14.5 million to install energy efficient equipment in pulp and paper mills as well as printing, corn milling, plumbing and small engine manufacturing facilities.

The state’s Office of Energy Independence, meanwhile, will get $350,000 to expand the Wisconsin Save Energy Now Program.

The money is part of $155 million federal energy officials have earmarked for industrial energy improvements.

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