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Cleantech Forum – From Data to Impact

Since 2002, the Cleantech Group has brought together numerous premier events for entrepreneurs, investors, enterprise CEOs, policy-makers and other global forerunners of the clean technology sector.

They will be holding their annual flagship West Coast Cleantech Forum in San Francisco from March 14th to 16th.  The region’s most important cleantech event of the year will be covering the innovations in information technology that are providing deeper insights into cleantech ROI and impact – and how the ability to measure and analyze performance will allow us to take cleantech to scale around the world.

The convergence of cleantech and information technology is ushering in a truly new era in clean technology, enabling faster global deployments, greater scale, and more precise measurement of impact than ever before.  Now, across all major sectors of the clean technology economy, the ability to collect, communicate, and analyze vast new streams of data is opening up opportunities for new technologies to come to market faster than ever before and offering decision makers more accurate, transparent insight into the effectiveness of cleantech deployments.  Energy, water, transportation, waste, and agriculture, are all being reshaped by information technology solutions that are allowing for the fundamental acceleration of global cleantech adoption.

Cleantech Forum San Francisco is the only clean technology conference that will unite the world’s leading corporate executives, investors, startups, and policy makers to explore the expanding opportunities and critical challenges at the cleantech and IT nexus.

The Cleantech Forum San Francisco will you get the insights and market intelligence to build a solid strategy and meet the entrepreneurs and global partners to put your plans into practice.

08/03/2011 at 6:30 am Leave a comment

Dr. Wing Sung and Cleantech Science

In 2004, NAT began working with a leading biotech scientist with the NRC, Dr. Wing Sung, who has developed a commercially successful and environmentally friendly biotech enzyme process for bast fibers (primarily hemp) for use in fabric and composites.  To read more, click here.

26/10/2009 at 8:15 am Leave a comment


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