Watch our recent talks, webinars, and podcasts about the Inflation Reduction Act.
Kathy Kuntz recently presented a public program on funding opportunities for renewable resources at the Mount Horeb Community Center. This program was hosted by the newly formed Village of Mount Horeb Sustainability and Natural Resource Committee.
Kathy Kuntz, Director of the Office of Energy & Climate Change, discussed the Inflation Reduction Act and what it means for residents at an event in Verona.
UW Extension has a series of webinars outlining the federal funding available to spur America's transition to a clean energy economy. This series covers funding from both the Bipartian Infrastructure Law as well as the Inflation Reduction Act. Webinars include:
On this episode of The Dane County Podcast, County Executive Joe Parisi sits down with Kathy Kuntz, Director of the Dane County Office of Energy and Climate Change, and Heather Allen, Policy Advisor at RENEW Wisconsin, to celebrate Earth Month. Together, they discuss Dane County government achieving 100% renewable energy status at county facilities—the first county in Wisconsin and only the fourth county in the nation to do so. They also share how everyone can go green and save money under the Inflation Reduction Act.
Listen to Kathy Kuntz talk about elective pay in the IRA as well as learn more about agricultural funding from Brenda Heinen, Western Regional Coordinator USDA Rural Business Co-op Service
Part of Faith in Place's Wisconsin Climate Action Campaign, this webinar focuses on the Inflation Reduction Act's impact in Wisconsin, with Kathy Kuntz as one of the panelists.
Listen to Kathy Kuntz, Director of the Dane County Office of Energy and Climate Change, talk to WPR about the Inflation Reduction Act and answer questions from listeners about how it can benefit them.
Watch Kathy Kuntz's talk at St. Dennis describing how the numerous tax credits and incentives, available now through the Inflation Reduction Act, can be used for home energy upgrades, solar installations, new and used electric vehicles, and much more.
In December 2022 Kathy participated in the Citizens Climate Lobby national virtual event to talk about how local governments could benefit from the IRA.
Kathy Kuntz, Director of the Dane County Office of Energy and Climate Change, presented a public program on funding opportunities for renewable resources, especially solar, on February 15 at the Mount Horeb Community Center.
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