At the CleanTech Future Conforence II, November 4-5, corporate leaders will come together in San Francisco to discuss the transition to a sustainable energy and resources future.
On November 4-5, corporate leaders will assemble at the CleanTech Future Conference II at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco to discuss the transition to a sustainable energy and resources future. The conference is organized by CleanTech Connections, and it will address key issues of importance today and reveal emerging opportunities
The conference brings together corporations, government agencies, entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders. The conversation at CleanTech Future Conference revolves around “The Transition to a Sustainable Energy Future through Accelerated Deployment of Clean Technologies Globally.” The first day of the conference will concentrate on “Breakthrough Capitalism: Corporate Change Leaders”; the second day will focus on “CleanTech 4G: Ushering in the Era of the CleanWeb.”
The conference is designed to connect people to corporate decision makers, and features an impressive lineup of speakers, including Lauralee Martin, CEO Americas, Jones Lange LaSalle, Anne McEntee, President & CEO, Renewable Energy, GE Power & Water, John Hofmeister, Founder & CEO, Citizens for Affordable Energy and Former President Shell Oil Company, Laurent Auguste, Executive Vice President, Innovations and Markets, Veolia Environnement, Lyndon Rive, Founder & CEO, Solar City, Vincent Schachter, Vice President Research & Development, Total New Energies, and Peter Torrellas, CTO-Infrastructure and Cities, Siemens.
The early bird registration price for the two-day conference is $995.