Find us at top clean technology events this spring!

May 9, 2011

From coast to coast, we are all over North America this spring at a dizzying array of events covering bioenergy, alternative fuels,  clean technology, entrepreneurship and more!  Take a look:

May 11 – BC Bioenergy Network Conference, Vancouver
Summary:   BC Bioenergy Network is an industry-led initiative that is the catalyst for deploying near-term bioenergy technologies and supporting mission-driven research to build a world class bioenergy capability in British Columbia.  This years conference theme:  Next Generation Biomass Applications: Torrefaction & Forest Sector Solutions

May 11 – SBANE Gala Awards Dinner – Harvest Power is a finalist!
Summary:  SBANE (Smaller Business Association of New England) recognizes the intrinsic value that innovation possesses in driving the New England economy. To that end, SBANE utilizes its highly competitive Innovation awards program to showcase technology-driven enterprises who are potentially “game changers” in their marketplace niche.  Awards Dinner is this Wednesday!

May 19 – Xconomy SEATTLE Separating Hype from Reality in Alternative Fuels,
Summary:  The global energy and transportation market is about as big as any market in the world, worth an estimated $7 trillion a year. Despite all the talk, what kind of progress is really being made with alternative fuels? How far has the field come? How far away is biofuel from becoming a mainstream alternative to fossil fuel? What needs to happen in order for this promising sector to reach its potential?   Jan Allen from Harvest Power is one of a number of cleantech leaders speaking at the conference.

June 14-15 – TechConnect World Boston
Summary:  Clean Technology Conference and Expo is a part of the broader TechConnect World.  Topics at Clean Technology will include: Solar Technologies Bio Energy, Renewables, Water Technologies, Waste & Remediation, and more.

June 16 – XSite Babson College
:    As a nation, we’ve always invested boldly in science and technology in the quest to create a more prosperous, more productive, healthier world—but how can we increase the odds of success? You will hear many perspectives on such questions at the Xconomy Summit on Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship (XSITE), our annual full-day event that brings New England and national leaders in business and academe together with venture capitalists, angel investors, and, especially, the entrepreneurs who are on the forefront of this new era.  Paul Sellew, CEO of Harvest Power will be speaking.

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