Midwest Energy Research Consortium Welcomes Eight New Members

The Midwest Energy Research Consortium is pleased to expand its scope by welcoming eight new members to its Energy, Policy, and Controls association. M-WERC continues to rapidly expand its charter, membership, and geographic scope with the addition of Clarke Energy, Faith Technologies, GDS Associates, Generac Power Systems, Gross Automation, Madison Area Technical College, Schneider Electric, and WPPI Energy.

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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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