LONDON, Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CleanEquity Monaco, the forum for emerging cleantech companies to present to specialist financial & strategic investors, policy makers, end-users and international & trade media is happy to announce its partnership with Carbon War Room for Clean Equity Monaco 2011.
The Carbon War Room, a Washington DC-based global non-profit, harnesses the power of entrepreneurs to implement market-driven solutions to climate change. Founded by Richard Branson and other leading entrepreneurs, its approach is to identify the barriers that are preventing market-based scale up of climate change solutions and work with stakeholders to remove them and promote the free flow of capital for emerging technologies.
Part of the CleanEquity agenda will be devoted to marine transport efficiency and pollution. A plenary session chaired by Peter Boyd of the Carbon War Room will highlight the issues; a selection companies will then present technologies designed to deal with them.
This year's Presenting Companies will include:
Hybrid Electric Drivetrain
Carbon Advice Group
Storage & Grid Balancing
Lightning Car Co.
Luxury Electric Vehicle
Oxford YASA Motors
Waste to Energy
We are pleased to announce the following speakers.
John Miles, Board Director at ARUP Group, a global firm of design and business consultants. John is closely involve with developing business strategy for ARUP and has great experience of operating in China.
Alessio Beverina, Partner at Sofinnova Partners with a focus on cleantech.
Jean-Marc Bally, General Partner at Aster Capital, launched Aster Capital in 2000. Jean-Marc previously spent 3 years in Schneider Electric Corporate Finance
Torsten Wipiejewski, partner at VNTM, has 12 years experience in the electronics and optoelectronics industry and has experience in numerous technology start-ups.
CleanEquity Monaco 2011 contributors include Monaco Chamber of Economic Development (Monaco), Covington and Burling LLP (Washington DC), PR Newswire (New York), The Stelios Foundation (Monaco), The Carbon War Room, 21 ventures (New York) Invest Securities (Paris).