Vote Solar applauding PSC decision on solar project financing

A spokesperson for Vote Solar is applauding state utility regulators for ruling in favor of the group’s petition related to third-party financing for a small solar project in Stevens Point.  John Delurey is the senior regional director for the California-based

NorthStar completes construction, equipment installation at Beloit facility

NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes has finished construction and equipment installation at its Beloit production facility, federal officials announced.  In a release yesterday, the National Nuclear Security Administration said this facility will “significantly increase domestic production capability” for a widely used medical

More deer killed so far this year despite fewer hunters, DNR says

The number of deer killed during opening weekend was up compared to 2021 even though there were fewer hunters this year, according to the Department of Natural Resources. In a briefing yesterday, DNR officials said 102,347 deer were registered statewide

Milwaukee Women inc chair touts impact of new Nasdaq diversity rule

The board chair for Milwaukee Women inc says a new Nasdaq rule requiring annual disclosures of diversity statistics will improve representation among business leadership.  “As we begin to see these organizations really making it an intentional business strategy to add

Expert details biogas opportunities for Wisconsin

An expert with UW-Oshkosh says Wisconsin’s farming and food production industries present a “tremendous” opportunity for biogas in the state.  UW-Oshkosh Director of Biogas Systems and Research Development Brian Langolf spoke Friday during an Appleton event hosted by UW-Madison’s Wisconsin

NorthStar announces new contract development and manufacturing business unit

NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes has broken ground on a new facility in Beloit that will house a planned contract development and manufacturing business unit.  The company yesterday announced the formation of the new “Radiopharmaceutical Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization,” or CDMO. 

Investors striving to improve diversity in startup space

Investors in the Midwest and nationwide are striving to improve diversity and inclusion among startups and those who help fund them. Kelli Jones, co-founder and general partner for Sixty8 Capital in Indianapolis, yesterday discussed these efforts during the Wisconsin Technology

Market conditions leading to less favorable deals for entrepreneurs, investors

Shifting market conditions are leading to startup acquisition deals that are less favorable for entrepreneurs and investors.  Speaking yesterday during the Wisconsin Technology Council’s Early Stage Symposium in Madison, Health eFilings CEO Robert Hopton described the current startup landscape as

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