The moderated panel will provide all eight entrepreneurs with actionable insights and valuable feedback on topics including their technology, business model and presentation. The panelists for the Future Energy Investor Feedback Forum at MIT include: Gail Greenwald, Partner at Clean Energy Venture Group; Nikhil Garg, Vice President at Black Coral Capital; Willem Rensink, Shell International’s GameChanger Group; and Bilal Zuberi, Principal at General Catalyst Partners.
“Few universities can match MIT as a hub of technology innovation—notably in the energy and cleantech sectors,” said Graham Lawlor, founder of Future Energy. It’s an honor to host a Future Energy event at an institution full of forward-thinking students, researchers and entrepreneurs who are working tirelessly to develop energy technologies with the potential to completely transform how we produce and consume energy in our rapidly changing world.”
“The greater Boston area has gained a well-deserved reputation as a leading city in energy innovation, with many companies and organizations dedicated to the cleantech industry,” added Cris De Luca, founder of Ultra Light Startups’ Boston chapter. “We’re grateful to the wide variety of MIT community and media partners, as well as local sponsors who are aligned with our mission and helped make this Future Energy event possible.”
The event kicks off at 6:30 p.m. in the Wong Auditorium, Tang Center – Building E51, Room 115 at 70 Memorial Drive in Cambridge. The evening will start with refreshments, networking and introductions, followed by the eight startup pitches and panelist feedback. At 8:15, the audience will vote for its favorite startup, and afterwards, the winners and prizes will be announced. The event concludes at 8:30
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