Deadline for Sign Up for All Three Destinations: 5 pm Tuesday, Oct. 14
If you sign up after 5 pm 10/14, you will only be able to go to Oorja and GenZe.
Clean Tech Tour: Visit 3 Outstanding Clean Tech Innovators
Tour three advanced clean tech companies with the Clean Tech Open Western Regional contestants and Sustainable Silicon Valley and enjoy a networking reception hosted by the City of Fremont, Department of Economic Development.
Meet for registration at 1:30 pm. Buses will leave promptly at 2 pm.
Buses will return to the Mariott Hotel by 5 pm for the reception.
Reception will run from 5 to 7 p.m. Meet the Clean Tech Open contestants, entrepreneurs, judges, VCs and team.
Come see three outstanding clean tech companies in Fremont.
Meet other entrepreneurs, and business and government decision-makers.
Enjoy a reception and networking.
Oorja is a global energy company providing scalable sustainable power from Methanol. From rural villages in Africa, to telecom towers, to airports, Distribution Centers and even fleets of Refrigerated Trucks, Oorja’s Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFC) offers a more cost-efficient and superior energy solution than those offered by fossil fuels and does so with considerably lower carbon emissions.
GenZe is dedicated to helping solve the problem of urban mobility. Our approach to transforming urban lifestyles is to wrap our technology with purposeful aesthetic in order to produce highly efficient and fun vehicles. We work by challenging conventional wisdom and creating without limits. We have cast aside traditional assumptions about transportation to develop out-of-the-box solutions that make your life easier. Our starting point was not scooters, cars or public transport—rather, we focused on getting you from A to B in the most efficient manner possible, with no hassles.
RETC, LLC is an engineering, services, test and certification provider for photovoltaic & renewable energy projects. RETC is TUV SUD’s (the German technical certification organization) exclusive PV Test Lab in North America and the Global Partner complementing its strategy to deliver one-stop shop capabilities for the growth of photovoltaic testing and certification services. At RETC, you’ll also hear from the leadership of Dragonfly Energy, a 2013 Cleantech Open startup recently acquired by SunPower.
When & Where
Sustainable Silicon Valley
Founded in 2000 as a project of California EPA, Sustainable Silicon Valley is integral to the Silicon Valley community and culture of innovation. We bring the public and private sectors together to solve challenging sustainability issues. SSV facilitates collaboration and networking, leveraging the ingenuity and creativity of Silicon Valley. Our 46 members include Facebook, Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, SCVWD, BAWSCA, the county of santa clara and most local cities.
SSV's Water Mission
To ensure the Bay Area has a resilient water supply to enable the region's continuing success and maintain a high quality of life with enough water for residents, businesses and natural habitats.
For more info : www.sustainablesv.org