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December Virtual EnergyBar: Wrapping Up an Unprecedented Year
December 10, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm ESTFree
Please join us on Thursday, Dec. 10, for the final edition of our virtual EnergyBar networking event for 2020. At Greentown labs, we are ready to put a wrap on 2020, an unprecedented year for us all. Between the opening of our new community in Houston and a renewed national policy focus on climate action, we are looking ahead with optimism, hope and verve toward a collaborative energy transition in 2021 and beyond.
Entrepreneurs, investors, students, and friends of climatetech are invited to attend, meet colleagues, and engage in a community that is focused on climate action at work. As work from home evolves to our new normal, we want to ensure our broader community has an avenue to connect.
This event will succeed the ABC Career fair organized by the Renewable Energy Alliance of Houston. As such there will be no speaking program. We hope you can use this time to gather with like minded leaders, reflect on the year and make new plans for the next.
The event will be on Remo.co, where we regularly bring together many climate-focused professionals. On average, 75 percent of our attendees are able to make a new, meaningful connection. We hope you’ll join us, strengthen your own network, and learn something new about efforts to accelerate the energy transition!
About Virtual EnergyBar:
EnergyBar is Greentown Labs’ networking event devoted to helping people in climate technology meet and discuss innovations. Entrepreneurs, investors, students, and ‘friends of cleantech’ are invited to attend, meet colleagues, and expand our growing clean technology community.
This event will be hosted virtually on Remo.co which features virtual tables for organic conversation and networking. Attendees can engage in video conference with other attendees at tables of 2-6 individuals and seamlessly transition to other tables throughout the event.
Our attendees typically span a variety of disciplines within energy, efficiency, and renewables. In general, if you’re looking for a job in climate tech or energy, trying to expand your network, or perhaps thinking about starting your own energy-related company this is the event for you. Expect to have conversations about issues facing advanced and renewable energy technologies and ways to solve our most pressing energy problems. Suggested dress is business casual—but we all understand you too may be networking from home with all the quirks that includes.