New York is undergoing an energy revolution. The state is one of the few places in the U.S. where the entire utility model is being reimagined all at once - and where decision makers are engaging various players, from policy to business to finance.
According to the New York Public Service Commission, the Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative, encompasses myriad goals, including:
Join the Green Festival Marketplace for an Earth Day Celebration! Throughout the weekend you will be able to explore over 250 exhibitors, learn from over 50 inspirational speakers, explore some of the nonprofits in your area, indulge in some delicious vegan or vegetarian food and learn all you need to know to live a more sustainable lifestyle!
Join more than 700 alumni, parents, students, faculty, and staff for two days of on-campus events including:
Symposia on a wide range of topics including- artificial intelligence, climate chaos, food entrepreneurship, mobile app technology, and health administration
eLab Demo Day
New Business & Emerging Technologies Showcase
Recognition of Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year
Student Business of the Year Announced
Business Idea Competition Finals
Networking opportunities...and much more!
TechDay launched in 2012 with the goal of fostering and highlighting emerging tech. Since our inception, we've introduced thousands of companies to the public, press, and investors.
Come learn how to get startups going and growing with Cleantech Open Northeast!
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Entrepreneurs Roundtable is a series of monthly speaker events that are free and open to the public.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed the state's regulators to take actions that will assure that 50 percent of the state's electricity supply comes from renewable sources by 2030. This decarbonization is a central part of the state's efforts to fight climate change. At this program a principal architect of the program will discuss how it will be achieved, followed by commentaries by representatives of important elements of the energy industry.
The Utility Solar Conference (USC) provides an exclusive forum for utilities to share their experiences, exchange ideas, and talk through various strategies and business models in an intimate environment free of outside influences. USC brings together utilities interested in improving, expanding or developing a viable long-term solar strategy.
This year's Utility Solar Conference will offer four educational tracks to its attendees:
The NYC Startup Job Fair aims to connect talented job seekers with the best New York-based startups. The event is largely run by volunteers looking to foster a thriving startup community and to raise awareness about startup jobs in NYC.
Limited resources, rapid urbanization, and social accountability are a few of the many challenges faced in private and public sectors, as well as in major cities. Driving Sustainability will ignite enthusiasm and accelerate solutions to our society’s most pressing environmental concerns.
Facilities 101 is an industry-focused, introduction to the laboratories, equipment, and staff associated with the CCMR. This one-day course provides an opportunity to: meet one-on-one with the technical staff who manage the facilities; take walking tours of the labs; see equipment demonstrations; and discuss your own facility questions and concerns with a staff expert.
The BE.INnovative Symposium is an annual event to connect the tech, creative, and academic communities in the Brooklyn Tech Triangle. This year’s highlights include panels on the theme of “Innovation for All,” practical discussions geared toward job searchers who want to land that coveted position (or create their own), and a hackathon tackling local sustainability challenges. Formerly known as Tech Triangle U, the symposium is hosted by BE.IN member institutions in collaboration with the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership.
Meet MIT Clean Energy Prize semifinalists, mentors, sponsors, and other clean tech innovators at InTeahouse's Cambridge location! With the Grand Finals just around the corner, enjoy food, drink, live music, and tea tasting at a globally-recognized venture capital fund.
The event is sponsored by InTeahouse, a Cambridge-based venture incubator and early stage investment fund. InTeahouse works with entrepreneurs, investors, and others that are committed to building new tools to solve big global challenges. Acting as a bridge between the US & China innovation ecosystems, Inteahouse is thrilled to welcome the MIT cleantech community to their new Central Square location. www.inteahouse.com
Energy is likely to be one of the most important game changers for global growth in the next few decades, and will pose one of the highest levels of uncertainty and risk for businesses, governments, and even consumers. Clean energy in particular has had an increasingly important impact on business effectiveness, strategy, and profitability. What are the major challenges and opportunities in the clean energy lmarket? How will broad trends and innovations in clean energy drive business growth over the next decade?
Join us to discuss these issues and more at The Conference Board's Clean Energy Megatrends and Innovations Seminar.
Since its inception in 2008, the Future of Energy Summit has featured a unique convergence of the old and the new – traditional players and advanced-energy leaders . It continues to create an environment for making new connections, and serves as a forum to discuss the critical energy issues of today and the next decade.
Join NECEC at the Navigate Summit, our annual convening of clean technology innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization leaders in the Northeast. It will be a day of connecting with peers, sharing best practices, and uncovering new resources to support entrepreneurs and accelerate the Northeast Clean Energy Economy. We will also be celebrating the grand opening of the Worcester CleanTech Incubator.
By the end, attendees will leave with a more comprehensive toolkit and network to support their cleantech innovation and entrepreneurship activities.
The Unites States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will host a symposium specifically designed for women entrepreneurs on March 31 at Cornell Tech. The symposium will provide a unique opportunity for attendees to listen to a rich discussion from experts in the fields of intellectual property and small business growth and development. Register here.
The symposium will include a first panel discussion on gender gap in patenting that will examine the fact that women significantly lag behind men as patent holders and why women entrepreneurs should care; this panel will provide information on how to get started, why attorney representation could make a difference for the entrepreneur and special barriers women might face in seeking representation. A second panel will discuss the topic of gender gap in entrepreneurship and investigate the fact that there are significantly fewer women entrepreneurs than men. The panel will provide insight into what can be done and share resources to help reduce the gap.
The symposium will further include female inventors/entrepreneurs who will share their success stories for overcoming the odds and conclude with an interactive discussion between the audience and all the expert panelists.
The second edition of iMatSci—Innovation in Materials Science —provides select materials-based innovators with a platform to demonstrate the practical applications of their technologies, while connecting these innovators to potential sources of venture capital. A keynote address on Transformational Innovation kicks off the event followed by a panel discussion on early stage investing.
In the eastern U.S. solar and energy storage markets — New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts — the opportunity for growth is expected to be a banner year in 2016. Intersolar’s Summit USA East 2016 is your chance to get connected with the U.S. East Coast solar industry.
This webinar will introduce the IEEE 1547 “Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems”. The participants will learn about the status of the standard revision and the recent proposed draft changes to the standard i. e. voltage regulation, response to abnormal system conditions (including voltage and frequency ride through), power quality, etc.