Wisconsin: Harnessing Technology to
Power the Future

Home to the perfect combination of renowned research organizations, including the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center and the Mid-West Energy Research Consortium, distinguished academic institutions and a highly skilled workforce, Wisconsin consistently sparks innovation in the energy, power and control (EPC) industry. These strengths, along with the state’s robust infrastructure and supply chain, make Wisconsin an ideal location for EPC companies.





After more than a year of searching for the perfect U.S. location, Ingeteam decided on Wisconsin, thanks to the state's long history of manufacturing electrical equipment and advanced supply chain. The company, which specializes in the development of electrical equipment and facilities, also chose Wisconsin because of an abundance of qualified employees educated at the state’s top colleges and universities.





Industry Leadership Sparks New Innovation


Wisconsin’s leading research institutions and dedication to innovation play a strong role in helping EPC companies grow and succeed. Industry leaders including Rockwell Automation, GE Waukesha Motors, Rexnord Industries, Generac Power Systems, ABB and Briggs & Stratton have made the most of Wisconsin’s resources to continue solving the world’s energy problems.





Contact Kristie Pulvermacher or Mark Rhoda-Reis for business growth opportunities in Wisconsin.


For more information about opportunities in bio and life sciences, water technology or medical device manufacturing, contact Kristie.


For information about opportunities in advanced manufacturing; energy, power and control; aerospace; or food and beverage production, contact Mark.





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