[Wauwatosa, Wis.] – Dr. Dan Thoma of the Grainger Institute at UW-Madison kicked off the meeting with a key-note presentation on Technology-Driven Innovation where he touched on M-WERC’s unique role helping bring industry partners together with academic partners.
[Milwaukee, Wis.] – Today, The Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) announced the seven start-up teams set to participate in the next program phase of the second WERCBench Labs. This AIP – “Advanced Innovation Program” – will help these selected start ups develop the skills needed to successfully present their projects to investors.
[Milwaukee, Wis.] – Today, the Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) and The Water Council are pleased to announce the release of their first-of-its kind Energy-Water Nexus (EWN) Roadmap report. A summary of the report, made available to the public, is also being released today and is designed to provide an overview of the more comprehensive roadmap available to members of each organization.
The Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) and The Water Council (TWC) are proud to issue this public version of our first joint industry roadmap report collaboration. This roadmap report focuses on the Energy-Water Nexus (EWN) industry and is designed to provide a sample for the public at large of this highly informative roadmap report along with an exciting opportunity for our region.
M-WERC hosts 2017 Energy Storage Conference
Tours of Johnson Controls sponsored energy storage labs at UWM to follow
[Milwaukee, Wis.] - The Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) hosted the 2017 Energy Storage Conference Wednesday morning at UWM’s Zelazo Center.
M-WERC welcomed nearly 150 members and guests to the event. The conference featured keynote speaker George Crabtree of Argonne National Laboratory. There were also sessions covering energy storage technology, the advancement in energy storage research and the growth and expansion of energy storage applications.
[Milwaukee, Wis]. – STEMhero pitched proprietary customer engagement and behavior change software that puts student's own water and energy consumption data and efficiency actions at the heart of STEM learning in local schools to hundreds of guests at Milwaukee Public Library on Thursday, January 26th.