CLEANTECH COUNCIL

Community of corporates committed to partnering with startups to meet their clean, green, and sustainability goals.

The Cleantech Council meets monthly to discover startups and innovation across clean, green, and sustainable technologies. Members are forward-looking corporations from a wide variety of industries who are committed to working with new companies, investing in new technologies, and partnering with startups who can help them meet their corporate responsibility goals.

Cleantech Council members review over 100+ new clean, green, and sustainability technologies every year. Request invitations or sign up for our monthly digest.

 

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For our full upcoming calendar and meeting archive, see our calendar page.



INNOVATION REVIEW ON BATTERY TECH

Thursday Feb 16, 2023
8:30am-12:30pm PT

Qnovo in Milpitas

This 1/2 day meeting reviews the innovation in energy storage - from management in software, to new chemistries, to battery recycling, and includes plenty of time for demos and networking over lunch. Get set to meet the companies creating innovative chemistries, products, and technologies that will support the renewable energy revolution




ROUNDTABLE ON RECYCLING

Thursday Apr 20, 2023
10:30am-12:30pm PT

Silicon Valley

While plastics are the first material that comes to mind when we think of recycling, there are many other materials that can be moved towards a circular economy. This agenda discusses new recycling categories, highlights some leading companies, introduces a handful of startups, and includes demos, lunch, and plenty of networking.  

Through meetings in Silicon Valley with online access for remote attendees, the Cleantech Council introduces 100+ new companies innovating in clean, green, and sustainability technologies every year. Monthly opportunities to pitch, demo, meet, discover, network and research, plus the occasional marketing opportunity mixed in, allows everyone from multinational corporations to CVCs and startups to get involved.