AlwaysOn will present GoingGreen East 2010 from March 8th – 10th in Boston, Massachusetts. This event wlll provide educational programs and networking opportunities for members of the cleantech/greentech community, including CEOs, entreprenuers, business development officers, researchers, media, and venture capital and private-equity investors.
Panel sessions at GoingGreen East 2010 include:
Investor Panel: Cleantech Investor Predictions for 2010
- Tom Baruch, Founder & Managing Director, Energy & Materials, CMEA Capital
- Dennis Costello, Managing Partner, Braemar Energy Ventures
- Jon Karlen, General Partner, Flybridge Capital Partners
- Ed Sullivan, Partner, KPMG (moderator)
The Evolving Grid
Smart electrical grids, from the utility to inside the meter, are just the beginning. How can every element of the urban grid, from energy to water to waste, become smarter and more efficient? How can these various elements benefit from integrated management and integrated retrofits? Where is the grid, in the broadest meaning of the term, going next, and what opportunities does this present for innovators and investors?
- Tim Healy, CEO, EnerNOC
- Stephen Doroff, Director, Smart Grid Initiatives, KPMG
- Joaquin Silva, President, On-Ramp Wireless, Inc.
- Jeff Ross, Business Development, GridPoint, Inc.
- Russ Landon, Partner, Canaccord Adams (moderator)
The likely emergence of extremely cheap energy that is acquired intermittently – such as during sunshine – but consumed continuously, makes energy storage an absolutely essential element of the new cleantech economy. What are the latest large and small scale energy storage solutions, and who are developing them?
- Andrew Friendly, Partner, ATV Capital
- David Marcus, Chairman, General Compression
- Ake Almgren, CEO, International Battery, Inc.
- Riccardo Signorelli, CEO, FastCap Systems, Inc.
- Kenneth J. Lutz, Principal, AM&R Alternatives
- Thomas Burton, Partner, Mintz Levin (moderator)
At GoingGreen East 2010 the AlwaysOn editors will also honor the GoingGreen Top 50 Private Companies. In addition, up to 50 green technology CEOs willl pitch their market strategies to a panel of industry experts in “CEO Showcases.” For additional program information you can view the GoingGreen East 2010 agenda and the GoingGreen East 2009 video archive.
Video of “Next Level Cleantech Financing” panel from GoingGreen East 2009