• State-of-the-art laboratories … Your support provides Michigan Tech students with opportunities to keep current with new technologies.

  • Excellent recruiting opportunities … Involvement in PERC projects and research can lead to op-notch new hires — both interns and full time employees.

  • Industry influence … Several PERC partners serve on the Center’s steering committee, providing input on urgent issues and charting research and educational priorities and direction.

"Consumers Energy and Michigan Tech have a longstanding, mutually-beneficial relationship. The synergy is consider-able. We support the University's Master's fellowships and senior design programs, and now PERC. As a result, we've hired many top-quality graduates who, having gone through those programs, hit the ground running."

- Rich Cottrell, Dir. of System Planning and Protection, Consumers Energy

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