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Monday, May 14


Clean Energy Investing and Startups: Funding a Better Tomorrow
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The cleantech industry is growing at an exponential rate. We’re finding new innovations of all sorts to help the cleantech and specifically the clean energy initiative with advances in solar and batteries. So how does one get more involved in the clean energy industry? What are investors looking for and when do should you be looking for financial help?
Join us while we talk with investors, entrepreneurs and companies who are looking to invest in a cleaner future.
Moderated by David Richardson (DR), Partner at Vision Ridge Partners

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David Richardson

Partner, Vision Ridge Partners


Shelley Curtiss

Executive Director, Colorado Cleantech Industries Association (CCIA)
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Dan Forman

CEO, Copper Labs
Copper is a wireless energy monitor that helps utilities leverage real-time meter data to engage consumers with actionable energy insights.
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Logan Grizzel

CTO, Blackhorn Ventures
I work for a venture capital firm that's focused on solutions that improve resource efficiency and productivity within the Energy, Transportation, and Built Environment sectors of the economy.
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Tagg Jefferson

Founder, GridCure
I run GridCure - we build SaaS analytics for electrical power companies. Talk to me about math, big data, a changing energy industry, or implanting magnets in your fingers to feel electrical currents.
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Caleb Scalf

CEO, Hygge Power
We put the power back into the hands of the average consumer and save you money with reliable, clean, intelligent energy. And we make it beautiful.

Monday May 14, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Galvanize (Half - A) 1023 Walnut St., Boulder, CO 80302
Tuesday, May 15


Energy in Mobility: How EV & AV Are Helping Drive the Clean Energy Initiative
Limited Capacity filling up

With the rise of electric and autonomous vehicles, we’re innovating the way transportation works. Fueling our cars will no longer rely on oil and coal. With solar, electric and autonomous cars we’ll be looking at zero-carbon emission travel. However we’ve got a ways to go with a change of infrastructure, addition of charging stations and investments moving from gas and diesel cars
Come learn how this change will affect us, how it will work, and how it benefits the world. We’ll talk to an investor of automotives, an energy grid expert, former mayor and current transportation director for SWEEP, and the CEO of a company changing how we charge out EVs.

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Heather Hochrein

Founder and CEO, EVMatch
I'm the founder and CEO of EVmatch, a peer-to-peer electric vehicle EV charging network that's addressing the rapidly growing need for reliable and convenient EV charging. I'm deeply committed to climate change mitigation through the mass adoption of clean energy technology. Come... Read More →
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Robin Maslowski

Associate Director, Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Leading utilities and other organizations in the development of clean energy programs.

Chris Nelder

Senior Energy Analyst, Rocky Mountain Institute
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Emilie Stone

Senior Product Manager, Tendril
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Will Toor

Director of Transportation Programs, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP)
Will Toor directs the transportation program at the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, where he advocates for policies to support transportation electrification and reduced driving across the southwest. Will is a former Boulder Mayor and County Commissioner, and currently serves... Read More →

Tuesday May 15, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Highland City Club 885 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302
Thursday, May 17


Energy Nerds Happy Hour
Limited Capacity seats available

We’re back with another round of happy hour to talk all things energy. Bring your business cards, good attitude and energy topics.
This happy hour is hosted in collaboration with Association of Energy Services Professionals, a member-based association dedicated to improving the delivery and implementation of energy efficiency, demand-side management and demand response programs.

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Chuck Ray

VP of AESP, Consultant for Rocky Mountain Institute
Thought leader and business developer in energy and mobility.

Thursday May 17, 2018 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Post Brewing 2027 13th St, Boulder, CO 80302
Friday, May 18


Energy Nerds Lunch
Limited Capacity full
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Gather around a table and join the energy nerds for lunch downtown. We’ll be recapping the week and connecting one last time before the weekend. Bring business cards, a couple dollars for your meal and a big smile.

Friday May 18, 2018 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Arcana 909 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80302

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