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Northeastern School of Technological Entrepreneurship: The Entre Tech Forum

Posted November 14, 2007 by

 


MEETING DETAILS



November 20, 2007 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.



Emerging Enterprise Center at Foley Hoag

Bay Colony Corporate Center

1000 Winter Street, Suite 4000 (North Entrance), Waltham, MA

Cost: $25. public || $10. students & active military


Pre-Registration Available Online

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Directions & Map


“Tomorrow’s Clean Energy Today”

The clean energy business is massive both in the scope, scale and diversity of the opportunities it provides.  However, achieving these opportunities can be extraordinarily difficult.  At stake are not only straightforward matters of energy supply and usage, but related matters of national security, interfacing with an aging infrastructure, working with a regulatory environment that is often decades old, and competition from fierce and massive incumbent players.  The academic infrastructure of the Boston area has led to local leadership in the development of many cutting edge Clean Energy technologies, and the EntreTech Forum will engage some of those local leaders to understand how industry leadership is evolving in this vast and challenging space.

Keynote:

Paul Afonso – Former Chairman, Mass Dept. of Telecom & Energy

Moderator:

Mark Barnett – Attorney, Foley Hoag
Panelists:

Linda Plano – Associate Director of Mass Tech Transfer Center

G. Bickley Stevens – Partner, Ardour Capital

Jim Matheson – General Partner, Flagship Ventures

John Palmer – CEO, Vanguard Solar

Bill Davis – CEO, Ze-Gen

Lawrence C. Grumer | Tel: 617-325-9852 | e-Fax: 484-303-9852 | lgrumer@taacorp.com

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