Advanced Ionics accepted into WERCBench Labs accelerator.

Seven startups were selected to participate in the fourth cohort of the Midwest Energy Research Consortium’s WERCBench Labs accelerator, including Advanced Ionics.

The 12-week energy, power and controls-focused program began this week and culminates in a “Demo Day” with a $10,000 top prize.

WERCBench Labs is managed by the The Mid-West Energy Research Consortium.

The Consortium is focused on the growth and economic competitiveness of the Energy, Power & Control Industry cluster across the Midwest Region; consisting of the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.

M-WERC helps drive the Midwest Region and the United States to be energy independent based on usage of innovative solutions tied to energy related activities such as; generation, transmission, distribution, storage, automation, power conversion and energy efficiency / conservation.

Read more about the announcement in this article.

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