Green Power Partnership
|University of Wisconsin Oshkosh|
|Organization Type||Education (Higher)|
|Percentage Green Power||24.9%|
|Percent of Green Power Use Third-Party Certified (excluding On-site)||0%|
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University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh's main campus is purchasing a portion of its total energy from renewable sources, such as wind and biogas. School officials credit the University's strategic plan, especially its mission and vision statements, with themes of greening the campus as the driving force behind their renewable energy commitment. In 2010 the campus installed it's first photovoltaic and solar thermal systems and opened the first commercial-scale dry anaerobic biodigester in the America's to convert waste biomass to electricity and heat.