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CleanEquity Monaco 2014 -- Announcing Companies, Plenary Sessions & Speakers

Innovator Capital
2014-03-05 17:30 1082

LONDON, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CleanEquity Monaco, 27th & 28th March, the preeminent global forum where emerging cleantech and resource efficiency companies of all nationalities, meet specialist financial investors, corporate venturers and acquirers, policy makers, end users and media.

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Innovator Capital, the event host, is pleased to announce a new collaboration with The Climate Group, a non-profit organisation, which works internationally with business and government to promote clean technologies and policies with the aim of expanding clean technology markets and reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.

On the 25th March the Climate Group will be hosting its 10th anniversary gala at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco. Myriad high profile supporters will attend the evening, with the patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.

For enquires please contact Stefanie Verdorfer: sverdorfer@theclimategroup.org.

Plenary session working titles at CleanEquity Monaco 2014 are:

  • Automotive Technology - Examining commercial & motorsport trickle down technologies.
  • Water - Show me the money!
  • 3D printing & Digital fabrication.
  • How do you solve a problem like home automation?

Announced also are speakers:

Jerry Hardcastle - Global Chief Marketability Engineer at Nissan. Jerry is the marketing voice to engineering, helping translate the diverse customer requirements from around the world into technical specifications, which will enhance the customer driving experience and the value of Nissan's product line-up.

Colin le Duc - Partner at Generation Investment Management LLP. Colin co-heads Generation's growth equity Climate Solutions Funds. Previously Head of Research at Sustainable Asset Management ("SAM") he worked on the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes and SAM's sustainable investment funds.

Professor Tom Stephenson - Head of the School of Applied Sciences at Cranfield University. Tom is recognised internationally as one of the UK's foremost academic experts in the water industry.

Presenting Company Additions

Name  Country  Sector 
Aqdot UK Advanced Materials
CINTEP AU Water
Exeger SE Solar
Gaelectric Energy Storage IE Compressed Air Energy Storage
GreenQloud IC Green Hybrid Clouds
Hy9 Corporation US Hydrogen Generation & Storage
HydrOxSys NZ Water
Mango Materials US Advanced Materials
Siluria Technologies US Alternative Energy Resources
Vantage Power UK Hybrid Electric Drivetrains
Vecor HK Green Buildings
Source: Innovator Capital
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