2014 MIT Energy Conference

Defining Challenges, Advancing Solutions
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday, February 21, 2014
Location: MIT Campus, Cambridge




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Every year, the MIT Energy Conference draws over 700 attendees to engage in critical discussion about key challenges defining the energy sector. Attendees hail from industry, academia, and policy. They provide an array of perspectives that foster rich dialogue amongst CEOs, entrepreneurs, investors, professors, researchers, regulators, students, and more.

Join us on February 21-22, 2014 for the MIT Energy Conference - Defining Challenges, Advancing Solutions.

The goals are to provide a venue for fact-based discussion and idea exchange, to enhance connections amongst key stakeholders in the energy sector, and to lay the foundations for ideas and conversations that may develop into visionary solutions.

Following Saturday's Conference, you are invited to stay for the Saturday Night Energy Showcase at the same location. The Showcase exhibits the most innovative technology and business in the energy space while fostering connections between attendees and presenters.

View information about this year's agenda, speakers and panels at the MIT Energy Conference site, mitenergyconference.org

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