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Member Feature: Clarke Energy benefits from depth and breadth of industry experts through M-WERC

Clarke Energy is an award-winning multi-national specialist in the engineering, installation and maintenance of engine-based power plants. Clarke Energy’s offering includes both gas and diesel-fueled technology. With its U.S. headquarters in Waukesha, Wis., Clarke Energy was acquired by the Kohler Company in February 2017. It is the largest authorized distributor and service provider for GE’s reciprocating engine business.

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Dan Ebert named Executive Director of M-WERC

As the organization continues to grow and expand, M-WERC is excited to announce a series of leadership changes. Most notably – starting immediately, the day-to-day responsibilities of M-WERC Executive Director and CEO Alan Perlstein will transition to Dan Ebert as he is named Executive Director of the organization. Perlstein will remain with the organization as CEO through June of 2019. Perlstein will remain engaged with the board of directors expanding regional strategic partnerships and fundraising.

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Northwestern Mutual named presenting sponsor of WERCBench Labs Demo Day

Five start-up companies with technologies ranging from energy storage to power generation are finishing the final weeks of MWERC’s WERCBench Labs accelerator program. “WERCBench Labs has built a reputation as one of the region’s top accelerator programs for entrepreneurs to test their ideas and grow their businesses relating to energy, power and controls,” said Managing Director, Jacquin Davidson who leads the program.

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Updates from M-WERC in Madison

M-WERC continues to expand its presence in Madison on the UW-Madison campus. Early next month M-WERC staff, researchers and administration from the Grainger Institute for Engineering will gather to plan for the coming year. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@MWERC) for pictures of the event and additional updates on our activities in Madison. 

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