Serial Entrepreneur and Investor
President and CEO of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership
Director, Life Sciences Institute, University of Michigan
Chair, Department of Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute; Co-director, Center for Physiological Proteomics, The Scripps Research Institute
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Heard all the buzz about “Clean Tech” but don’t know the facts? Starting your own energy tech business and need connections to potential customers, partners or investors? Interested in working in the energy technology industry but don’t know where to navigate?
Then G.E.T. Smart — at our WTIA Spring Energy Technology series.
* Smart Grid
* Smart Renewables
* Smart Fuels
This three part series of half day forums will bring together leading business, technology, finance and policy experts to provide you with the latest information and connections to tap into the exploding Energy Technology market.
* Hear the short and long term business opportunities from the viewpoint of utility and tech energy players
* Understand the first hand experiences of local companies building their energy technology businesses
* Learn about state and federal plans to support the growth of the industry.
* Connect with local service providers focused on the unique legal, financial, and marketing challenges of building an energy tech business
Session 1: Smart Grid
Washington is home to some of the leading players in Smart Grid — from national research laboratories and digital electric meter manufacturers — to energy management software developers and forward thinking utilities. In the this first of the three part G.E.T. Smart Series, you’ll hear from local utilities, national tech players, and local startups about the opportunities and challenges of the coming smart grid revolution.