Clean Web Breakfast Series

Clean Web Breakfast Series Program Vision:

Energy InfotechNYC is introducing a Clean Web Breakfast Series:  Energy Infotech Opportunities and ChallengesThe series will link investors with entrepreneurs and with pilot customers in a highly inter-active format, to tackle and probe critical issues, challenges and opportunities in the cleantech/infotech space. Each breakfast will offer provoking and expert content, as well as networking opportunities.

Series Topics (topics may be shifted among dates, depending on panelists’ availability):

  •  Wednesday, October 5th, 2011–Early Stage Investing in Energy Infotech Firms:  A panel of venture and angel investors explore expectations, identifying portfolio companies, key elements of a successful raise, key elements of a successful investor/entrepreneur partnership.
  •  Monday, March 5, 2012–Sustainable Energy Breakfast Forum With US and Japanese Policymakers A  very important breakfast meeting to discuss our clean energy future with policy makers, energy professionals, government officials and our special guest: Dr. Tetsunari Iida, Executive Director of the Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies in  Japan, one of the leading advocates for sustainable energy in the world.
  • Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 – Building Owners’ and Managers’ Use of Energy Infotech:  What is the perspective of real estate professionals of Energy Infotech, the impact on their businesses; what is working well, and what is missing?
  • Wednesday, Date TBD – University/Academic Cooperation with Energy Infotech Market Participants:  Regional Universities are actively engaging with entrepreneurs, investors, government, and prospective pilot customers to spark and mature great business ventures. A panel representing University leadership, the public sector, and the entrepreneurial community will explore funding and resources available through engagement with academic centers in the New York Metropolitan Region.
  • Wednesday, Date TBD – Raising Capital:  A panel of entrepreneurs who have raised eight figures or more of equity, debt, grant and asset-backed dollars, will explore the process of financing the business or the venture, from early to late stage, through to exit.

Future panels include:

  • Security Concerns in the Age of Energy Infotech
  • Infotech & Business Operating Objectives
  • Late Stage Investing in Clean Energy Infotech Firms

Series Format:

Bi-Monthly event

Cost – $20/person


  • 8:00 – Doors Open
  • 8:30-9:30 – Panel
  • 9:30 – Close and networking


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