In addition to the close proximity to the Green Bay area’s power plants and grid, Kewaunee County has been producing power with alternative energies through wind power, anaerobic digester systems, and until this year – nuclear energy.
Kewaunee County residents have always taken pride in the county’s energy self-sufficiency. Moving forward after the closing of the Kewaunee Nuclear Power facility means that finding new, responsible ways to produce energy is of keen interest to all.
With this history of innovation and alternative energies, as well as its open rolling landscape, Kewaunee County represents fertile ground for further development of new energy technologies in wind, solar and digester conversion.
Finding ways to produce alternative energy right here is the attitude that makes Kewaunee County a special place.