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EnergyBar: Go Make 2022 Final Showcase

March 30 @ 5:00 pm 8:00 pm ET

Join us in-personor online to celebrate the culmination of our Go Make 2022 program!

This EnergyBar is focused on celebrating the culmination of Go Make 2022, a startup-corporate partnerships accelerator focused on decarbonizing supply chains. This program was developed in partnership with Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas) and M-Lab Companies, a consortium of top-tier Japanese corporations based in Silicon Valley.

Manufacturing contributes 31 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. From production to packaging to distribution, each stage of the supply chain needs robust climatetech innovation to decarbonize the manufacturing sector.

Together, our partners have supported five innovative startups accelerate the commercialization of technologies to revolutionize supply chains. Attendees will hear the Go Make 2022 cohort speak about their technologies, their work with our corporate partners, and where they are headed next.


View the full program here!

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5:00-5:45 PM: Check-in and Networking*

5:45 PM Welcome and Keynote Remarks from:

Katherine St. James, Senior Director of Programs at Greentown Labs
Nobuyuki Baba, SVP, General Manager of Silicon Valley Branch, Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)
Eita Kitani, General Manager of the Boston Branch, Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)

5:57 PM Lightning Pitches:

Nfinite Nanotech
Sensai Analytics
Moment Energy

6:15 PM Value Chain Collaboration for Decarbonization:

Michela Grunebaum, Program Director at Greentown Labs
Kaz Igarashi, Manager of CVC at Asahi Kasei
Seiichiro Mukai, Senior Manager at MCA
Asako Vitous, Department Manager at Mitsubishi Canada

6:45-8:00 PM: Networking and Showcase*

*in-person only

About EnergyBar

EnergyBar is Greentown Labs’ signature networking event that fosters conversation and collaboration among entrepreneurs, investors, corporate leaders, students, neighbors, and other climate champions passionate about innnovations in climatetech and the energy transition.

About Greentown Go

The climate crisis urgently demands sweeping climatetech deployment. While startups bring the solutions, corporates often bring commercialization pathways and scale. That’s why Greentown Go builds partnerships that propel climatetech solutions to market—at the pace needed to tackle climate change.

With a mission of decarbonizing the key greenhouse gas-emitting sectors, Greentown Go programs inject momentum and traction into startup-corporate collaborations, unlocking the power of climate solutions at scale.

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Questions? Reach out to Greentown Labs’ Events Coordinator, Kelly Wilson (kwilson@greentownlabs.com).

Please note that by registering to attend this event you are accepting these terms: You acknowledge that alcohol will be served and all attendees are subject to be ID’ed (only those 21+ will be served); You consent to your image or likeness being used in content associated with the event; You release Greentown Labs and all partners from any and all liability stemming from any event-related incident.

Venue Information

Parking is incredibly limited at Greentown Labs. We encourage attendees to consider taking advantage of public transportation. We’re a short walk from the newly opened Union Square station, as well as 1 mile away from the Harvard MBTA station. Union Square in Somerville is also easily accessible via the #86 and #91 MBTA buses. We offer indoor bike parking on-site and the closest Bluebikes stations are at Dane St., Conway Park and Union Square.

Greentown Boston
444 Somerville Ave
Somerville, Massachusetts 02143 United States
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Event Health + Safety Policy

This event is in-person and masks are encouraged but not required Greentown Labs. We recommend a medical grade or K/N95 mask; Greentown provides medical grade masks at the front desk of each location.

Greentown Labs is committed to the health and safety of our team, startups, partners, and attendees, and is actively monitoring local guidelines and CDC recommendations.