Cleantech Open 2022 VIRTUAL Reception

  • Tuesday, March 29, 2022
  • 11:00 AM
  • Zoom Meeting

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FREE for all interested startups. Email info@e2tech.org to be registered in this category. Please consider participating in the "60 second pitch", as well, to introduce yourself.



Cleantech Open is the world's oldest and largest cleantech accelerator. Hear from past Maine success stories and learn how to have most of your participation fee covered by E2Tech & MTI, a $1250 value ! 

Energy Distribution & Storage

Energy Efficiency

Chemicals & Advanced Materials

Information & Communications Technologies (ICT)

Green Building

Transportation

Agriculture, Water & Waste

With clean technology -- everything from learning thermostats to transparent insulation -- among the country’s fastest growing economic sectors, entrepreneurs in Maine are being offered financial incentives and logistical support to compete in the nation’s largest “cleantech” startup accelerator program, the Cleantech Open. 

The Cleantech Open seeks to find, fund, and foster entrepreneurs in cleantech. Support for Maine cleantech entrepreneurs to participate in the Open is made available by E2Tech, the Maine Technology Institute (MTI), and the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO). It is an intense, summerlong program that will pair you with mentors and support and bring your company to the next level.

E2Tech and MTI will cover most of the Cleantech Open participation fee for startups based in Maine.

For Cleantech Open participants in the Northeast, there are cash prizes worth $60,000, including 4 general prizes and 2 special prizes for startups in Ag/Food/Land Use and Carbon Sequestration/CCUS, plus over $300,000 in goods and services for the cleantech startups. There is a $50,000 prize at the National Level as well.


Speakers to include:

Learn about Cleantech Open

Beth Zonis - Senior Director, Cleantech Open Northeast, NECEC

Bernard Hidier - Director, Finsulate, 2021 Cleantech Open alum

Karla Doremus - Tranfield, Principal, KDT Business Strategies; Cleantech Open Mentor

Geoff Lamdin - Owner, LamdinGroup; Cleantech Open Mentor

Tim Guiterman -  CEO of InfiSense

Lance Ahearn - Alonetics, LLC

Hear from experts in the Maine cleantech innovation ecosystem

Marty Grohman - Executive Director, E2Tech

Brian Whitney - President, Maine Technology Institute

Bobbie Lamont - Member, Maine Angels

Dan Burgess - Director, Governor's Energy Office, State of Maine



This event is free thanks to our sponsors. We encourage you to attend. Zoom details provided upon registration

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