Update on the Century City Microgrid Project

The Century City Microgrid (CCMG) Project is a self-contained microgrid pilot project that will be powered by combined heat and power, natural gas generation, solar PV systems, energy storage systems and other source of distribute energy generation, designed to demonstrate the design and operation of a multi-phase, multi-loop microgrid system.

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New Member Feature: Faith Technologies, Inc.

Headquartered in Menasha, Wis., Faith Technologies, Inc. is an employee-owned, full-service electrical, engineering, and technology systems contractor with 20 locations operating in nine states. With more than 2,500 employees, they are one of the largest, privately-held electrical contractors in the United States. Faith Technologies has expanded into numerous markets around the United States.

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WERCBench Labs Under Way

The WERCBench Lab Advanced Innovation Program (AIP) has begun and we are excited about this session's participants. There are seven businesses in the program for this eight-week session and they represent energy, power, and control startups from the Midwest area.

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Wisconsin Jobs Project Report

Just prior to our member meeting in Madison last week, a report was released on the potential for significant jobs growth in the energy sector, specifically in the sensors and controls section for advanced energy. M-WERC was a contributor to the report and we see our member companies well-positioned to lead industry expansion. 

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2018 M-WERC Events

As we head into 2018 we’re excited to build on what proved to be an aggressive programing schedule for members this past year.  As we look forward we’re committed to planning our events farther in advance so that we can arrange for speakers and topic much earlier and so that you our members can get these on your calendar for the entire year.

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Kicking Off the New Year

As we begin 2018, we want to share some of the new aspects of M-WERC activities with you in this newsletter. First, we kicked off the new year with our first event of the year, a special event on Grid Modernization. This is a hot issue in the electric industry, and a topic getting more attention in Wisconsin, being led in part by PSCW Chairperson Ellen Nowak, who was our keynote speaker last week at our event in Madison, WI.

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