Our Cleantech Forums give you a glimpse of the future, get you out of your everyday silos, provide a different perspective, and help you find innovations of relevance that are in adjacent or altogether different industrial and technology areas.
The following two days are structured to have some plenary sessions, but the majority of time will be spent in breakouts and parallel tracks to allow a number of different themes to be covered, and to give those most interested in those themes a chance to meet each other in more intimate, conversational-style formats and group sizes. Each year, we receive attendee feedback that our Cleantech Forum San Francisco provides a high level of networking opportunities, bringing together the most relevant influencers of the cleantech community and providing our attendees with connections beyond the Forum.
And generous time is allocated to networking throughout the entire event. “Startups, entrepreneurs, investors, corporates – all the most influential leaders and innovators of the global cleantech industry gather at Cleantech Forum San Francisco to attend meaningful discussions and identify new trends, emerging innovations and their deployment.
We will be accepting submissions until 1 DECEMBER 2019.
Please note, however, that the closer you submit to the deadline, the less likely your chances are of getting included in the program.
The 2020 Forum will be headquartered at Park Central Hotel, a modern and spacious hotel ideally situated in the cultural heart of downtown, walking distance from Union Square, AT&T ballpark, the Financial District, Embarcadero, Chinatown, and more.
Park Central blends location, service and comfort, to create an exceptional property in one of the world’s favorite cities.
Since 2002, Cleantech Group has brought together leading corporate executives, startup and scale-up company CEOs, investors, government agencies, and other key innovation thinkers, supporters and enablers from all areas of resource innovation, all major industrial verticals, and from across the globe.
remains core to the value proposition of Cleantech Forums, and indeed all of CTG’s services.
Nils studied Business Administration and Law at the EBS University and at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
He is managing director and co-founder of Sunfire Gmb H, a technology start-up addressing a key challenge of today’s energy system: The conversion of renewable electricity into fuels and gases to replace natural gas and crude oil.
Mark your calendars for the 18th Cleantech Forum San Francisco, taking place on 27-29 January 2020!