Future Energy Conference: April 11 (New York) and May 14 (Boston)

Energy Infotech NYC is proud to be a media sponsor of Future Energy, a brand new conference where you can see the most revolutionary energy technology of the future – before it hits mainstream.  At each Future Energy event, 8 startups present to a panel of energy and cleantech venture capital investors for feedback, advice, and networking.  The audience votes on the best presenters who win prizes and media attention to help launch their business.

Register for Future Energy at – http://ultralightstartups.com/future-energy/

Use discount code “eitnyc” for 50% off your ticket. This discount is good for the first 10 members only, so act quickly.

New York – Wednesday, April 11
Boston – Monday, May 14

This event will be attended by:

  • Energy and cleantech startup founders
  • University researchers
  • Corporate researchers
  • Industry investors
  • Venture investors
  • The energy and cleantech community

Panelists include:

  • Nikhil Garg – Vice President at Black Coral Capital
  • Kef Kasdin – General Partner at Batelle Ventures
  • Jiong Ma – Partner at Braemar Energy Ventures
  • David Miller – Managing Director at Clean Energy Venture Group
  • Daniel Hullah – RockPort Capital Partners
  • Ann Partlow – General Partner at Earthrise Capital
  • Willem Rensink – GameChanger at Shell International Exploration & Production
  • Yanev Suissa – Venture Capitalist at New Enterprise Associates
  • Mark Goodman – Founder of Terawatt Ventures
  • Dhiraj Malkani – RockPort Capital Partners

We’ll see you there!



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