Wisconsin Energy Institute (WEI)

Web http://www.energy.wisc.edu/

Email
mary.blanchard@wisc.edu -- Mary Blanchard, Associate Director 
matthew.wisniewski@wisc.edu -- Matt Wisniewski, Director of Marketing & Communications
lauren.meyers@wisc.edu -- Lauren Meyers, Director of Administrative Services 
spwilliams@wisc.edu -- Scott Williams, Research and Education Coordinator
agbender@wisc.edu -- Allison Bender, Outreach and Events Coordinator

Phone 
(608) 890-3828 -- Mary Blanchard, Associate Director
(608) 890-2487 -- Matt Wisniewski, Director of Marketing & Communications
(608) 890-2042 -- Lauren Meyers, Director of Administrative Services
(608) 890-2199 -- Scott Williams, Research and Education Coordinator

Address
1552 University Ave
Madison, WI 53726

The Wisconsin Energy Institute (WEI) is the collaborative home of energy research and education on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus. Together, we can move the state, nation, and world forward in energy.

At the heart of the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus, WEI is tackling one of the most critical challenges of our time – the transition away from fossil fuel dependence toward new clean energy systems and solutions.

 Energy Summit WEI provides a forum for researchers, industry professionals, students, and members of the public to discuss current energy-related issues.

WEI is led by scientists and engineers committed to crossing traditional research boundaries and making major breakthroughs. A leader in clean energy research and a resource to the people of Wisconsin, the nation, and the world, WEI works closely with industry leaders to ensure that its technologies strengthen Wisconsin’s economy and improve the health and wellbeing of its citizens.

WEI also provides a place for the exchange of forward-looking ideas. We create a public forum in which to learn about and discuss energy challenges, and help prepare students and community members to take the lead in transitioning the world to clean energy.

Whether unlocking the power of advanced biofuels, rethinking the electric grid, or bringing together critical stakeholders, WEI is proud to contribute to UW–Madison’s legacy of solving society’s most pressing challenges.