CleanEquity Monaco 2010 – One week to go
London, UK. 24 February 2010
CleanEquity Monaco 2010, the foremost event for next generation clean and green technology will take place next week, March 4th and 5th. An expert selection of the world's most inspiring cleantech companies will be presenting to invited industry-specific financial and strategic investors, policy makers, legislators and media from all over the world.
Mungo Park, Chairman of Innovator Capital, host of CleanEquity said, "This year's line up of technologies will demonstrate the unstoppable momentum of research and development in the field. Delegates will be exposed to the work of some of the brightest scientists and engineers on the planet. Support from collaborators has also expanded; Arup - the world leaders in building design and construction, the Singapore Economic Development Board, the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation, Royal Philips Electronics and Covington & Burling the Washington D.C. based international law firm, are alongside us for the first time; Hugin and UNEP Fi, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Monte Carlo SBM continue to give invaluable support; we thank all of them."
"A special thank you goes to CleanEquity's regional host, the Monaco Chamber of Economic Development and we express also our deepest gratitude to the artist Michael Joo for his generosity in agreeing to create the awards for CleanEquity Monaco 2010."
Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou remarked, "Through the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation, I am delighted to be launching the Award for Young Clean-Tech Entrepreneur to be presented at CleanEquity Monaco this year. The €10,000 award will support young entrepreneurs who are passionate and committed to finding innovative applications for clean technology. I join the other sponsors and collaborators of CleanEquity 2010 in wholeheartedly supporting this important event, empowering entrepreneurs to make a difference."
Presenting companies include:
CleanEquity's focus is traditionally on the technology of the presenting companies. There will be a presentation by the Singapore Economic Development Board on the subject of business development opportunities and a presentation by Dr. Barry Bruce, professor of biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology at the University of Tennessee, on recent breakthroughs in the field of bio-energy. There will also be sessions with, Jigar Shah of the Carbon War Room, Peter Head of Arup, Henrik Fisker, Paul Clements-Hunt, Kirsty Hamilton, Dr. David Jhirad, Gerard Waldron and Dr. Julia Balandina.
Vehicles being displayed at CleanEquity Monaco 2010 include, Riversimple's Mk 1 urban vehicle, Tesla's Roadster hybrid vehicle, Sweden's Lulea University of technology's Baldos II and Urban Car's little electric Citadine.
Delegates who have not registered are reminded to do so at: www.cleanequitymonaco.com
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