Watch the livestream – Cleantech Revolution conference from Berlin

  • Published on June 28th, 2017

Sponsored by our sister-site, Cleantechnica, the 4th Cleantech Revolution Tour conference is kicking off in a few moments in Berlin. You (and the rest of the world!) are invited, vi their #Electrifying webinar series and Facebook Live video.

Register to watch via Zoom, head over to CleanTechnica’s Facebook page, or just watch the embed.

In the Berlin + Wroclaw edition of the 2017 Cleantech Revolution Tour, the conference will be focused on market trends and how to best invest your time and money into the cleantech future. The conference includes expert, detailed examinations of the EV and solar markets as well as panel discussions about where cleantech-related industries will be in 10 years and how to best ride the “€-wave” into that future.

Among other things, specific sessions will cover: 

  • Electric car consumer market research
  • Electric car manufacturers and models
  • Autonomous vehicle design and development
  • EV charging
  • EV batteries
  • The electric bus market
  • Electric carsharing, ridesharing, & taxis
  • How cities can advance EVs and renewables
  • Rooftop solar in Germany & Poland
  • Energy storage in Germany & Poland
  • Solar power + energy storage worldwide

The overarching goal of this Cleantech Revolution Tour conference is twofold: 1) to help you put your money and time into good ideas and societally helpful work — whether you’re an entrepreneur, VC, work at major cleantech corporation, or are simply an engaged citizen; and 2) to help everyone better communicate and accelerate the cleantech revolution.

When: Jun 28, 2017 3:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: 2017 Cleantech Revolution Tour — Berlin

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/a0ee070a0b041c694ac87b605f06faf5

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.





About the Author

Jeremy Bloom is the Editor of RedGreenAndBlue. He lives in New York, where he combines his passion for the environment with his passion for film, and is working on making the world a better place.