Michigan Energy Forum - Alternative Fuel Technologies: Innovation in Michigan
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Ann Arbor SPARK
Thursday, October 2, 2014 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
330 E. Liberty, Lower LevelAnn Arbor, MI
The panel will discuss opportunities and key issues associated with alternative fuel technologies and will touch on opportunities for entrepreneurs, technology innovation occurring in Michigan, policy development, and the larger national market that could shape the industry’s growth. The panel will include industry leaders and will cover some of the following key issues:
What are the emerging and associated technologies?
What barriers exist to greater adoption?
What opportunities are there for entrepreneurs and start-ups to engage in this market?
What’s the opportunity for Michigan?
What are the implications for local / regional economy?
How will policy at a federal and state level shape the industry in Michigan?
What kind of environment is required for investors?
This session is part of a monthly panel discussion and networking event series hosted by the Michigan Energy Forum, and sponsored by Ann Arbor Spark. The mission of the forum is to facilitate collaboration and networking among practitioners, policy makers, investors and professionals in the Michigan region. Please join us and take notes on best practices from our panel’s exhaustive experience.
Don Manfredi, Group Account Director at Roush CleanTech
Chuck Salley, President at NextCAT, Inc.
Bob Mossing, Vice President at Current Motor
Registration ends 24 hours before the event.
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