Mid-West Energy Research Consortium

The Mid-West Energy Research Consortium is focused on the growth and economic competitiveness of the Energy, Power & Control Industry cluster across the Midwest Region; consisting of the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.

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Ebert named executive director of M-WERC

Ebert named executive director of M-WERC Five companies move in to lab space Posted by Molly Dill from BizTimes on January 31, 2019 Dan Ebert has been named executive director of the Midwest Energy Research Consortium. He will take on the day-to-day duties of Alan Perlstein, who was executive director and chief executive officer. Perlstein will… Read More

Report Predicts Thousands Of ‘Advanced Energy’ Jobs Could Be Added To State

Report Predicts Thousands Of ‘Advanced Energy’ Jobs Could Be Added To State Posted by Chuck Quirmbach on Wisconsin Public Radio on Jan. 16, 2018 A report says Wisconsin could add thousands of jobs in the next five years at companies that make energy-saving sensors, and control units for manufacturing and buildings. The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Wisconsin Energy Institute and a… Read More

Making waves on a national and global scale

Wisconsin water technology makes waves on a national and global scale By: Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Wisconsin’s water technology cluster, centered in Milwaukee and comprising more than 200 companies throughout the state, continues to strengthen its leadership and international connections.  “Of the world’s leading water clusters,” says Katy Sinnott, vice president of international business development with the Wisconsin… Read More