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Future Energy (Silicon Valley)

Stanford Energy Club | Ultra Light Startups®

Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

Stanford, CA

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Future Energy is a series of startup-investor pitch events that connects entrepreneurs, researchers, and private investors in the energy and clean-tech industries to develop and commercialize radical solutions to the world’s energy challenges.

Our Stanford event is part of Stanford Energy Week and made possible through partnership with Stanford Energy Club, Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Finance & Policy, TomKat Center, and the Stanford Graduate School of Business Center for Social Innovation

The Investor Panel

 John FreerRyan KottenstetteBrook PorterDaniel ReicherWillem Rensink

The Startup Pitches

  1. Aaswath Raman - radCool
  2. Yaniv Scherson - NGen Corporation
  3. Drew DeWalt - Valhalla Energy
  4. Grant Lowrance - Parrilla Energy
  5. Panos Adamopoulos - Seismos
  6. Luke Iseman - re:char
  7. Brian Miranda - Aquicore
  8. Lyuba Wolf - EverCharge

Agenda

  • 6:00pm – Networking (with light refreshments)
  • 6:30pm – Investor Feedback Forum – 8 energy and cleantech startups pitch to an investor panel; the panel provides actionable advice for each presentation
  • 8:15pm – Pitch Showdown - audience voting; winners announced and prizes awarded
  • 8:30pm – Drinks at Ray's Grill, 750 Escondido Rd. Stanford, CA (10 min walk from CEMEX)

Hosts

The Problem

  1. Step change in Energy demand – In coming decades, the world will need huge amounts of energy to support population and economic growth and improve standards of living. We expect the global demand for energy will double by 2050.
  2. Supply will struggle to keep pace – Energy supply from all sources will struggle to keep up with demand. There will be continued dependence on fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal and we will also need rapid growth in renewables.
  3. Environmental stresses are increasing – Energy needs to be produced in environmentally and socially responsible ways. Environmental stresses from producing and using energy are increasing. There is an urgent need for low carbon technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The Solution

  • Conventional oil and gas exploration, recovery, and extraction
  • Non-conventional oil and gas
  • Alternative and renewable energy (solar, wind, hydrogen, biofuels, geothermal, etc.)
  • Renewable and bio-based chemicals
  • Mobility / smart mobility
  • Energy efficiency / smart grid
  • Energy finance and trading
 
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Platinum Sponsor
Shell GameChanger 

 

Contributing Communities

 
GreenstartSURGE Accelerator
 

 

BERCCITRISYoung Professionals in EnergyPrecourt Institute For EnergymediaX

GreenBiz    Cleantech Open

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When & Where


Stanford Graduate School of Business - Cemex Auditorium
655 Knight Way
Stanford, CA 94305

Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)


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Stanford Energy Club | Ultra Light Startups®

Future Energy is a series of events that connects entrepreneurs, researchers, and private investors in the energy and clean-tech industries to develop and commercialize radical solutions to the world’s energy challenges.

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