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Cleantech innovations, startups to be highlighted at April 29 Wisconsin Cleantech Network forum 

With more than $100 million in grants funding “cleantech” research on the UW-Madison campus, many new technologies are breaking out of laboratories and into the economy.  Several of these innovations and startups will be featured at the April 29 meeting of the Wisconsin Cleantech Network. 

The forum will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Wisconsin Energy Institute, 1552 University Avenue, on the University of Wisconsin campus. Follow this link to a map of available parking. Cost is $10 per person in advance and $20 at the door, including refreshments and snacks. Register by April 28.

Technologies featured will include innovations developed at the Wisconsin Energy Institute, the Great Lakes Bioenergy and Research Consortium along with other research centers. More information on presenting companies will be announced soon.

The Cleantech Network forums focus on the needs and challenges faced by entrepreneurs and others working in Wisconsin’s clean technology sectors. That includes power systems, controls, alternative fuels and more. Each program will include a presentation, audience Q&A and networking.

The forums are produced by the Wisconsin Technology Council in cooperation with the Mid-West Energy Research Consortium, Godfrey & Kahn and Kremer Ventures.

For more information about the Wisconsin Cleantech Network or the monthly forum, contact Joe Kremer at (608) 561-1895 or


Please Join Us at the M-WERC OPEN MEMBER MEETING  April 11th from 8:00am-11:00am

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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.


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