Selling Energy Saving Projects will give both those in energy efficiency sales AND potential energy efficiency customers the unique opportunity to interact, learn from each other, and ultimately “close the deal” on energy efficiency.
The Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) is holding its 7th Annual Technology Symposium on Tuesday, April 11th from 8:00am-11:30am CT. This event will hosted by Briggs & Stratton in Wauwatosa, WI.
Presented by the M-WERC Public Policy Committee, this second Policy Forum will explore the regulatory framework and policy implications of microgrid projects. It will use the Century City Microgrid (CCMG) Project as an example, but cover microgrids both within Wisconsin and outside the state.
Please join the Midwest Energy Research Consortium for an important meeting to launch our new Energy/Water Nexus (EWN) Working Group.
We are combining our next Member Meeting with a Holiday Networking event, please note the new date and time. This M-WERC Member Meeting will cover the Smart Cities Technologies.
The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is an annual conference and technology showcase that brings together experts from different technical disciplines and professional communities to think about America's energy challenges in new and innovative ways. Now in its eighth year, the Summit offers a unique, three-day program aimed at moving transformational energy technologies out of the lab and into the market.
Partnering with RENEW Wisconsin, M-WERC is presenting a webinar on "Community Solar". On Thursday, December 1st at 1pm CST, M-WERC and RENEW Wisconsin will jointly present a webinar on "Community Solar".
The Sept. 2016 member meeting will cover the M-WERC "Technology Innovation" program -- focused on cutting-edge research & innovation on technologies in the energy, power, and controls industries.
The Energy Storage Global Innovation Forum 2016 will focus on the very latest technology advances and business models for grid-scale and customer-sited energy storage applications. The emphasis is on advanced batteries and storage strategies for integrating renewables, controlling energy costs, achieving greater energy reliability and independence, and enhancing grid resiliency and outage restoration.
Open Member meeting locations & agendas will be announced throughout the year in advance of the meetings Registration will be posted here approx. 20-30 days in advance of the meeting date. Advance registration is required for M-WERC Open Member Meeting attendance.
For further information: Contact M-WERC via email or call Mike Hanson at (414) 444-8208.