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Alliant Energy Partnership Programs

Alliant Energy
Sep 30, 2019

Mark Seckman


Alliant Energy Partnership Programs award funding to communities in Iowa and Wisconsin.

Priority areas include:

  • Professional development:
    • Entrepreneurship activities
    • Workforce development, business retention, and attraction workshops
    • Consulting fees
  • Workforce development:
    • Data gathering through surveys that can be used for existing customers, new prospects in regional workforce planning, job training/retraining, recruitment, and retention
    • Labor recruitment initiatives, employer-related recruitment and retention studies or workshops, workforce development brochures, skill and employment needs assessments
  • Retention, marketing, and recruitment:
    • Business retention and expansion
    • Impact analysis
    • Industrial marketing support
    • Innovation and growth projects
  • Community development:
    • Brownfield redevelopment
    • Downtown revitalization
    • Housing-needs assessment
    • Leadership development
    • Strategic planning
  • Building and site development

Applicants must be located in or provide services to populations in Alliant Energy's service area.

Specific eligibility requirements are described on the program website. Some eligibility requirements are waived for rural communities with a population under 5,000.

Geographic coverage
Iowa and Wisconsin
Amount of funding

Award amounts vary by priority area and project needs, as well the type of Alliant energy service in the area.

Application process

A link to the application form is available on the program website.

Email completed applications to from January 1 through September 30, 2019. Applications are reviewed at the end of each month.

Tagged as
Capital funding · Children and youth · Community and economic development · Environmental health · Families · Health workforce education and training · Health workforce supply and demand · Healthcare needs and services · Healthcare workforce · Housing and homelessness · Leadership · Minorities · People with disabilities · Planning and strategy methods and resources · Recruitment and retention of health professionals · Iowa · Wisconsin

For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.