M-WERC to host Microgrids Conference this Wednesday, Oct. 24

APPLETON – The Midwest Research Energy Consortium (M-WERC) is proud to host its third annual Microgrids Conference this Wednesday at the Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve, home to a recently installed microgrid by M-WERC member Faith Technologies. The M-WERC conference will explore topics across the Microgrids field focusing on “Why, How, and What” – key questions that need to be asked when considering the implementation of a microgrid project.

        What: M-WERC’s Third Annual Microgrids Conference
        When: Wednesday, Oct. 24
        Time: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
        Address: Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve (4815 North Lyndale Drive, Appleton, Wis. 54913)
        Media contact: Josh Morby, jmorby@m-werc.org, (414) 791-9120

Media are encouraged to attend. If you are a reporter and would like more information, please contact Josh Morby of M-WERC here, visit us LinkedIn here, and check out our registration page here.


About the Midwest Energy Research Consortium
M-WERC was founded in 2009 by three universities and four industrial companies to focus on conducting collaborative and transformative energy related seed research. It has grown to more than 90 members with an annual budget of more than $1 million. Today M-WERC is dedicated to making the Midwest region the leader in energy power and controls. For more information visit M-WERC.org or follow us on Twitter @MWERC.

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