Posted by: Lawyer Sanders | September 16, 2009

Kentucky environmental attorney Sanders says you have to go to Boston in November to see the Fifth Annual Conference on Clean Energy.

The biggest conference on the opportunities in Clean Energy for the New England area — the fifth annual Conference on Clean Energy — will be held in Boston at the Hynes Convention Center on November 12 and 13.   The conference unites entrepreneurs, investors, late stage companies and market leaders and others in the clean energy startup community. In addition to an industry, finance, international and university panels, the event will include two days of investor pitches by emerging cleantech companies.

Dr. Steven Koonin, U.S. Department of Energy Under Secretary of Science will keynote the first day of the event. Additionally the Honorable Deval Patrick, Governor of Massachusetts, and Ian A. Bowles, Secretary, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs will speak.

More than 30 emerging cleantech companies will give a 10-minute presentation to venture capitalists and other investors, representing industry sectors such as BioEnergy, Carbon Management, Energy Storage, Smart Grid, Solar Energy and Wind Power. Last year’s conference attracted over 600 attendees and featured more than two dozen clean energy startup companies. Over the last 5 years, participating companies have raised more than $100M in venture financing.

The Fifth Conference on Clean Energy will anchor Clean Energy Week in Massachusetts. The week will include a number of activities and events designed to raise the visibility and illustrate the leadership of Massachusetts in clean technology and energy. 

Hello Frankfort, where do you stand on Clean Energy and Alternate Energy Sources??


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