About the Utilities and Energy Coordination Network
Leading the Utilities and Energy Coordination Network (UCEN)’s efforts is Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. NWTC is a two-year technical college with a long history of fostering partnerships to provide educational and training opportunities for the development of a skilled workforce. NWTC has one of the widest varieties of utility-related programming in the Midwest. The College offers associate degrees, technical diplomas, and certificates covering Utilities Engineering Technology, Solar Energy Technology, Energy Management Technology, Electrical Power Distribution Gas Utility Construction and Service, and Telecommunications. The College is also home to Lineworker and Substation apprenticeships.
The goal of the UCEN is to build on this expertise and give education, industry, and professional organizations a platform to share resources and form partnerships that will lead to expanded training opportunities across the country. The Network will also continue virtual communication to ensure long-term sustainability.
- Peter Mleziva, Electrical Power Distribution: Peter.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jenny Brinker, Energy Management Technology: Jenny.email@example.com
- Tom Hebert, Gas Utility Construction & Service: Tom.firstname.lastname@example.org
- John Hippensteel, Solar Energy Technology: John.email@example.com
- Max Walski, Telecommunications Tower Technology: Max.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Adams–Columbia Electric Cooperative
- Algoma Utility Commission
- Alliant Energy
- Arch Electric
- ATEEC Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center
- August Winter & Sons
- Automated Energy Solutions, Inc.
- AY McDonald
- Barton Community College
- Black Hills Energy
- Cathodic Protection Management, Inc.
- CED Greentech
- Cedarburg Light & Water Cooperative
- Central Wisconsin Electric Cooperative
- Centuri Group, Inc.
- CESA 10 Focus on Energy
- Chippewa Valley Technical College
- City of Two Rivers
- CREATE - Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education
- Dairyland Power Co-op
- Danville Community College
- Distribution Contractors Assoc. (DCA)
- Eagle River Light & Water Utility
- Eland Electric
- Electric Builders, Inc.
- Energis High Voltage Resources
- Ethos Distributed Solutions
- Franklin Energy
- Gateway Technical College
- Gresham Utilities
- Henkels & McCoy
- Holtger Bros., Inc.
- Houston Community College
- Integrys Group
- InterCon Construction, Inc.
- Jefferson Utilities
- JR Underground
- K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP)
- Kaukauna Utilities
- KS Energy Services
- Lakeshore Technical College
- Madison College
- Madison Gas & Electric
- Madison Solar Consulting
- Magnolia River
- MEA Energy Assoc.
- Mears Group
- Menasha Utilities
- Michels Power, Inc.
- Midwest Tribal Energy Resources Assoc.
- Milwaukee Area Technical College
- Minnesota State Energy Center of Excellence
- Missouri Valley JATC
- MJ Electric
- Necessary Skills Now Network
- New London Utility Commission
- Northeast Community College
- Ogeechee Technical College
- Richmond Community College
- River View Construction Inc.
- Rock Energy Cooperative
- ROI Energy Investments, LLC
- Sheboygan Falls Utility
- Tulsa Community College
- Upper Peninsula Power Company
- UW-Stevens Point
- Waunakee Utilities
- WE Energies
- Wisconsin Dells Water and Light
- Wisconsin Energy Institution
- Wisconsin Public Service
- Wisconsin Rapids Water Works & Lighting Commission
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