Cleantech Founders Breakfast Club Roundtable: Connections to Corporates: When are strategics best for scaling?9:00 AM-10:00 AM EST
Join us for our June meeting, where we will kick off the conversation with a pitch by Deirdre Lord on The MegaWatt Hour. We will continue the conversation with perspectives on partnerships and acquisitions with strategic corporations to grow for different objectives.
Decarbonization of Buildings: The Role of Real Estate in the Energy Transition12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Cleantech Founders Breakfast Club Roundtable: What makes good culture?9:00 AM-10:00 AM EST
For our May meeting, we discussed company culture. This discussion built off of the momentum of our great conversation with former Chairman and CEO of EnerNOC (now Enel X) and Member of our Board of Advisors, Tim Healy during our April event: Scaling Successfully: Cleantech Roundtable with Tim Healy.
Advancing Nascent Clean Energy Technologies: Matching Gaps with Solutions in the Race to Meet Climate and Decarbonization Targets12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
As power generation from wind and solar continues to grow worldwide, corporations leading on climate action are looking for the next generation of climate technologies to invest in and scale to meet deep decarbonization targets.
Scaling Successfully: Cleantech Roundtable with Tim Healy4:30 PM-6:00 PM EST
We hosted a cleantech roundtable featuring Tim Healy, former Chairman and CEO of EnerNOC (now Enel X), and newly announced advisor to Dynamo Energy Hub to talk about scaling cleantech companies.
Cleantechs Who Brunch Roundtable: One Year Celebration!2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
For our March meeting, we continued to discuss the impact of the Biden Administration’s focus on clean energy and innovation and celebrated the 1-year anniversary of the Cleantech Founders Breakfast Club.
Opportunities for Private Finance to Accelerate the Clean Energy Transition11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
With a Biden Administration and Democrat-led Congress, what actions to boost the U.S. economy while accelerating the clean energy transition can win bipartisan support?