Construction of an Energy Innovation Center
is expected to start in September on Milwaukee’s north side, a project
that aims to create a laboratory for innovation in energy and power
technologies that could help some of the state’s largest businesses
received a financial boost Friday when the Wisconsin Economic
Development Corp. and Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development
Authority announced $900,000 in funding for the center, to be located at
the former Eaton Corp. research lab building at 4201 N. 27th St.
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