​The Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) was created to promote energy education in Wisconsin schools. With support from Alliant Energy, Madison Gas & Electric, We Energies, Wisconsin Public Service, WPPI Energy, and Xcel Energy, KEEP leverages teacher education to improve and increase energy literacy in Wisconsin's K-12 schools as a means of contributing to statewide energy savings.

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Share information about the Sustainable Energy Minor from UWSP with your students!

 Professional Development

More than 6,150 teachers have participated in KEEP courses since 1997, potentially reaching more than 3.5 million students.

Tuition Scholarships Available!

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 School Energy

Schools are saving energy (and money!) with KEEP's support by purchasing and installing Vending Misers, Occupancy Sensors, LED lighting, and ENERGY STAR® appliances. 

 Curriculum Resources

KEEP provides various resources and activities for Wisconsin's PK-12 teachers interested in teaching energy concepts.

Curriculum​ | Subject-specific


 Home Energy

Because we know students take home what they learn at school, we've developed tools to enhance energy education at home, including an appliance survey​ and energy scavenger hunt​.

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KEEP in the News

KEEP 2014 Annual Report​ - read the report online or download the report as a PDF.

Upcoming Events

Join KEEP staff at the following events:
The Energy Fair, Custer, WI - June 19-21

Focus on Energy Power Connect Chat Session, June 25


​​Green & Healthy Schools Wiscons​in Partnership

KEEP, as part of the Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education, is a collaborating partner of Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin, along with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin supports and encourages schools to create safe and healthy learning environments and prepares students to understand, analyze, and address the major environmental and sustainability challenges now and in the future. It is a Web-based, self-paced, voluntary program available to all Wisconsin PK-12 public and private schools.