Events schedule shows M-WERC working groups operating on all cylinders in 2019

We just wrapped up our Demo Day highlighting the completion of the fourth cohort of the WERCBench Labs Accelerator program. Check out what M-WERC has in store for the rest of the month of March as well as later this spring. As you will see our working groups are clicking on all cylinders!

One of our core objectives at M-WERC is to ensure members and colleagues are provided with numerous opportunities throughout the year to attend educational, informative, and timely events that provide participants with great networking opportunities to cultivate relationships and broaden horizons.

Upcoming events:

Monday, March 18: Public Policy Committee Meeting.  The committee's scope of work includes identification, education, and dissemination of information related to local, state, regional and federal policy issues that impact the Energy, Power, and Controls industries and are of potential interest to M-WERC member companies. More here.

Tuesday, March 19: ExporTech full-day session III located in Brookfield, Wis. Is conducted by the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership in conjunction with the WEDC. More here.

Monday, March 25: Smart Cities Technologies Working Group (SCT WG) Meeting. The SCT WG will build on a strong foundation to complete a framework / vision for the City of Milwaukee, putting on a mid-year workshop, and connecting pilot projects to demonstration sites in the city. More here.

Tuesday, March 26: Industrial Energy Efficiency/ Energy Water Nexus Working Group meeting. The IEE/EWN Working Group’s mission is to reduce energy demand, water demand, and greenhouse gasses by championing the business case for energy and water efficiency. This will be done through proven and emerging technologies within the commercial, industrial, and institutional settings. More here.

Thursday, May 2: Construction and Engineering Working Group meeting. The Construction and Engineering Working Group (C&E WG) is focused on business development and networking, standards, policy and forthcoming regulations, outreach and education, and integration with the Milwaukee Better Buildings Challenge. More here.

Tuesday, May 7: Distributed Energy/ Energy Storage Working Group meeting. The DE/ES action plan is based on three objectives: 1) Complete a technoeconomic analysis based on the roadmaps previously produced by M-WERC; 2) Finalize process and begin detailed case study analyses of M-WERC members projects; and 3) Continued outreach and education of M-WERC members on DE, ES, and Microgrids. More here.

In addition to our working groups schedule, we will be adding events, conferences, and forums to the schedule soon. To see all of the 2019 events we already have scheduled, check out our events web page!

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