Coming Attractions: CleanTechies Events Highlights

Whether you’re looking to share your expertise or just curious about the cleantech space, the CleanTechies Events and Conferences Calendar may feature a must-see event in your part of the world.

Among the highlights in the coming weeks:

  • U.S.-Japan Clean Tech Symposium, Feb. 18, San Francisco, CA
  • What’s big in Japan’s cleantech sector? This four-hour session explores the state of the overseas market as well as ties between U.S. and Japanese companies. It’s organized bythe U.S. State Department and Japan’s trade ministry officials.

  • Texas-Israel Cleanovation Conference, Feb. 22, Austin, TX
  • The launch of this conference promises to bring together some 200 attendees including from utility and clean energy companies, investors and technologists. Dr. Eli Opper, Chief Scientist of Israel, is among the keynote presenters.

  • Cleantech Forum, Feb. 24-26, San Francisco, CA
  • This annual forum is among the blockbuster events in this sector, attracting close to 1,000 attendees. Luminaries on the list include Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, Waste Management CEO David Steiner and former New York Governor Pataki.

  • MIT Energy Conference, March 5-6, Boston, MA
  • This yearly student-run show brings together technology, policy, industry, and finance leaders to explore cutting-edge approaches to change how the world produces and consumes energy.

  • Clean Technology World Africa, March 5-18, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • What clean energy and tech solutions hold promise in Africa? This convention includes Africa’s largest energy exhibition and features 50 free technical workshops.

This is just a taste; plan ahead into the fall by exploring more cleantech confabs on this page.

To add your own events to the CleanTechies calendar, please click here for a submission form.

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