Upcoming Events

2015 Clean Energy Storage Finance Forum

Organized By: Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC) and Northshore InnoVentures (NSIV)
Supported By: The Massahcusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC)
When: September 23, 2015 | 5:30PM – 7:00PM (Registration starts at 5:00 PM)
Location: Massachusetts Clean Energy Center | 63 Franklin St, 3rd Floor, Boston, MA 02110

Please join us on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM for a Cleantech Energy Storage Finance Forum at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, located on the 3rd floor, at 63 Franklin St., Boston, MA 02110. Organized by Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster and North Shore InnoVentures, the Forum will feature short “pitches” from several startup companies in this market space and an interview presentation.

The Business of Energy Storage

Organized By: Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC) and Western New England University (WNE)
When: October 22, 2015 | 8:30AM to 1:45PM
Location: Western New England University (Rivers Memorial Hall)

The Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster and Western New England University are pleased to host an energy storage forum that will bring together key stakeholders in the electrochemical energy storage industry. This Forum will focus on the potential markets for electrochemical energy storage systems and opportunities for the their integration with renewable energy sources and electric and gas utilities.

This event will feature a dynamic “Matchmaking” session with one-on-one meetings between OEMs and potential suppliers. In addition, businesses will have an opportunity to meet with utilities, and federal, state, and regional resources.

Why should you attend?

  • Learn about market opportunities for electrochemical energy technologies
  • Network with industry stakeholders
  • Connect with potential buyers
  • Discover new trends in the electrochemical energy storage industry
  • Gain a better understanding of the supply chain and regional competitors


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2015 Fuel Cell Seminar and Energy Exposition

Organized By: Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association
When: November 16-19, 2015
Location: Los Angeles, California at the Weston Bonaventure

The Fuel Cell Seminar features the latest fuel cell and hydrogen products, technical and market research, policy updates and commercialization strategies for all applications and market sectors.  The Fuel Cell Seminar is the foremost event in the U.S. for networking with industry representatives, customers, stakeholders and decision makers interested in the clean, reliable, resilient power potential of fuel cells. The Connecticut Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition and some of its members will exhibit at the Exposition.

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Green Technologies Suppliers Meetings

Organized By: Advanced Business Events
When: November 17-19, 2015
Location: Seattle, WA

This business to business event will feature a one day conference on current and future perspectives in the Clean energy sector. Speakers from State and Federal level will be focusing on policy, industry players will focus on how to create and increase business, and foreign guests will speak on their potential needs for US technology. Following this speaking session, several pre-arranged business to business meetings will take place over the next two days for the supply chain, procurement officials, technical teams, suppliers and contract manufacturers.

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Upcoming Webinars

Fuel Cells for Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP) :: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for Resilient Power

Organized By: The Northeast Electrochemical and Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC) aView Pagend the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA)
When: September 9, 2015 | 2PM – 3PM ET

Drinking water systems and wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) account for approximately three to four percent of the electric use in the United States. WWTPs are critical facilities that typically operate 24/7, and may be able to utilize the thermal energy provided from a fuel cell to process fats, oils, and grease.  Digester gas produced at WWTPs contains roughly 60 percent methane and can serve as a fuel substitute for natural gas to power fuel cell technology.   WWTPs with an anaerobic digester present an opportunity to capture and use methane emissions created from their operations to produce and utilize clean renewable energy.  Webinar participants will learn how fuel cells convert municipal waste challenges into ultra-clean energy solutions.  Presenters will include representatives from FuelCell Energy Inc. and the Riverside Water Quality Control Plant (RWQCP).

This webinar series is designed to increase knowledge of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and applications, identify best practices, and provide information and technical assistance.


  • Ken Wicker, FuelCell Energy Inc.
  • Ernest P. Marquez., Jr., Riverside Water Quality Control Plant (RWQCP)

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Fuel Cells for Educational Facilities :: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for Resilient Power

Organized By: The Northeast Electrochemical and Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC) and the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA)
When: October 8, 2015 | 3PM – 4PM ET

Colleges and universities have facilities for students, faculty, administration, and maintenance crews that typically include dormatories, cafeterias, gyms, libraries, and athletic departments. Furthemore, schools that house swimming pools on campus are more attractive applications for fuel cells because it increases the utilization of both the electrical and thermal output offered by the technology. In the event of a grid power failure, educational institutions, such as high schools, may be used as emergency shelters. Schools may use fuel cells as an educational learning opportunity. Webinar participants will learn about the technical and economic advantages of using fuel cell technologies as a solution for providing reliable, resilient power to educational facilities, such as colleges, universities, and high schools.

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