JUNE 29th: Colorado: Connecting The Cleantech Dots

  • 29 Jun 2016
Event Description

CCIA and CU Boulder invite you to attend Connecting the Cleantech Dots: Careers and Cluster Building In Colorado

WHEN: Wednesday, June 29
1:30 to 6:30 p.m.


Tour CU’s new Sustainability, Energy & Environment Complex (SEEC)
Welcome by Dr. Bob McGrath, Director, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute
(a joint research partnership between CU Boulder and NREL)
Dr. Terri Fiez, Vice Chancellor for Research, CU Boulder

Panel 1: Making Career Connections
Panel 2: Advancements in Building Out Colorado’s Cleantech Industry

Cocktail reception with drinks and hors d’oevres

Visit the newest members in the CCIA community with exhibits from:
AES Distributed Energy
American Energy Assets
C Zero
Homer Energy
Johns Manville
Vartega Technologies
Waste to Energy Partners

CU’s Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC)
4001 Discovery Dr, Boulder, CO 80303

Chris Shapard
Colorado Cleantech Industries Association & University of Colorado, Boulder

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