Wisconsin Clean Energy Manufacturing Revolving Loan Fund participants have had success with their projects, due in part to loans received from the program.
Gearbox Express, a Mukwonago company that rebuilds gearboxes and services wind turbines, is expanding and growing. The company's original business plan to open in Mukwonago was supported in part by funding from the Revolving Loan Fund.
Greenwood Fuels is a Green Bay-based manufacturing company that produces fuel from waste products. See their success story here.
Idle Free Systems, a Wisconsin-based maker of auxiliary power units for over-the-road and work trucks--which saves diesel fuel and truck idling--used its loans to increase its manufacturing capacity. Idle Free's success led to the purchase of the company by a Minnesota business. Watch how they created jobs and found success here.
The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District is using its revolving loan fund dollars as part of their efforts to turn landfill gas into fuel.
Montchevre is a goat cheese manufacturer in Belmont, that used its loan to increase sustainability and create local jobs. Watch the video here.
Wisconsin Film and Bag, based in Shawano, uses their patented post-consumer scrap film recycling process to custom manufacture mono-layer polyethylene bags and film. Check out the video on their home page of their website.
Last Modified: 11/11/2014 4:17:34 PM