ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL OF MAINE

Navigating the Northeastern Cleantech Cluster Through Wind, Water & Woods

  • Thursday, June 19, 2014
  • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Mariner's Church, 368 Fore Street, Portland

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Cleantech Shines at Inaugural Maine Startup and Create Week, by Kimberly Herb of NECEC


Innovators in Energy From Wood and Wind, by Kay Mann


As part of Maine Startup & Create Week, E2Tech is bringing together three new and dynamic companies and the next generation of wind, tidal and biomass energy technologies. The founders and CEOs of Ocean Renewable Power Company, Interphase Energy and Altaeros Energies will share their entrepreneurial paths, their target markets and their plans to transform how homes and businesses use renewable energy resources.


We will also introduce the Cleantech Navigate Northeast system to connect Maine's startup companies and entrepreneurs with regional investment, mentor, customer, and other business development support.


About the speakers:


Chris Sauer, President & CEO: Ocean Renewable Power Company - Since 2004, ORPC has been hard at work developing breakthrough technology and projects that use ocean and river currents to produce clean, predictable electricity to power our homes and businesses while protecting our environment.  View Chris' presentation here.


Ryan Hamilton, Managing Partner: Interphase Energy - Interphase Energy is focused on transforming the Maine energy market to provide jobs for Mainers and sustainable heating solutions for everyone.  They have started by bringing state-of-the-art wood pellet boiler technology to the North American Market as Kedel. View Ryan's presentation here.


Ben Glass, Founder & CEOAltaeros Energies - Currently housed at Greentown Labs in Cambridge, Altaeros is developing a breakthrough airborne wind turbine to produce low cost, renewable energy and uses aerospace technology to lift wind turbines at higher heights where winds are much stronger and more consistent than on the ground. View Ben's presentation here.

Kim Herb, Innovation Program Manager: NECEC Institute and Cleantech Open Northeast – The Cleantech Navigate Northeast (“Navigate”), a “one-stop-shop” regional organization that supports, coordinates, maps and directs entrepreneurs to the many valuable resources for cleantech innovation, entrepreneurship and commercialization across the region. View Kim's presentation here.


This networking breakfast starts at 7:15am with an 8:00am panel discussion. The cost for this event is $15 for members and non-members.


E2Tech members and partners will get 40% off any Maine Startup and Create event ticket price. Visit their event ticket page and enter the promotional code E2TECH for the discount.


Please contact Jeff Marks at jeffmarks@e2tech.org or (207) 956-1970 for more information.


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