Massachusetts Celebrates Green Technology with 2011 Clean Energy Week

In a week full of clean energy events, the Seventh Annual Conference on Clean Energy continues to anchor the week

Oct 12, 2011, 11:40 ET from Conference on Clean Energy

BOSTON, Oct. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center and the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition are pleased to host the Seventh Annual Conference on Clean Energy. The 2011 Event will Kick off the Fifth Annual Clean Energy Week for the state which is currently ranked 3rd on the Clean Energy Leadership Index according to a report from Clean Edge. Massachusetts Clean Energy Week, which will be held October 31 to November 8, attracts both US and International companies for a week of conferences, investor pitches and networking opportunities.

The Seventh Annual Conference on Clean Energy, New England's leading clean energy conference for emerging companies, will take place November 1, at the Westin Boston Waterfront. The event will showcase presentations and panels from clean energy start-ups and industry leaders.

"We are thrilled that the Conference on Clean Energy has become an event that highlights leading technologies, key issues and ways for New England businesses to take action to work towards a more environmentally conscious future," said Abigail Barrow, founding director of the Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center. "Clean Energy Week has continued to grow year after year, 2011 is proving not to be any different."

In addition to the Conference on Clean Energy, participants will also be able to attend the Clean Energy Connections Conference & Opportunity Fair, Boston Clean Tech Venture Day and the 4th Annual Green Tie Gala. An expanded list of Clean Energy Week events can be found on the Conference of Clean Energy web site.

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About the Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center

The Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center was created in 2004 as a program in the Massachusetts Economic Stimulus Bill. Its goal is to support technology transfer activities from public and private research institutions to companies in Massachusetts. To achieve this goal, the Center works with technology at Massachusetts research institutions; faculty, researchers, and students who have commercially promising ideas; and companies across the Commonwealth.

About the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition

The Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, formed in 2004, is an industry association focused on accelerating the success of Massachusetts companies and organizations developing and deploying hydrogen, fuel cell and related technologies. The Coalition achieves its objectives by pursuing several initiatives, including promoting member companies, representing member companies at conferences, holding educational forums, identifying funding and market opportunities, and promoting industry interests with state and national governments.

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