Energy is essential in making Wisconsin a great place to live, work, and raise a family. Did you know more than 900 companies in our state’s growing energy, power, and control sector employ more than 100,000 people and generate $38 billion in annual sales?*
To meet the increasing demand, we’ve ramped up efforts in not only traditional energy generation, storage, and distribution, but also in cutting-edge, renewable energy and sustainability technologies.
The new Great Lakes Energy Education Center® is helping to create a pipeline of skilled utilities and energy industry workers. Plus, the Energy Center is a shining example of sustainable building practices including energy efficiency and renewable energy.
- Gas Utility Construction and Service Indoor Lab
- Electrical Power Distribution Indoor Lab
- Workforce Training Lab
- Energy Management and Solar Lab
- Utilities Engineering Lab
- Outdoor Utilities Lab
- Outdoor Solar Lab
*Source: Center for Energy-Workforce Development of the Wisconsin Energy Workforce Consortium