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POWER ENGINEERING REDEFINED

Increased focus on alternative and renewable energy, development of new energy technologies, restructuring and deregulation of the utility industry -- all are creating a wealth of technical and educational challenges for the power engineer. Environmental issues and other recent events have expanded the focus to include public policy, system security and reliability, and economic and social concerns. Michigan Tech's Power & Energy Research Center (PERC) was created to address all those challenges -- and more.

"Michigan Tech is a valuable partner, bringing theory, practice, case studies, and laboratory demonstration directly to our workforce. Through our association with PERC, we hope to leverage the University's greatest capability--the transfer of technical knowledge."

- Ray Hayes, Corp. Technology Development, American Electric Power

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Michigan Technological University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, Michigan 49931
Main Office Room 121 EERC Building
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Modified: September 2, 2010

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