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Speakers for scaling up low-carbon energy July 10th- 30mins with MIT startups

Deadline: June 30, 2020

The energy sector is facing unprecedented challenges, with the global Covid-19 pandemic complicating an already challenging transition toward a low-carbon future. One of the key elements in addressing both the current pandemic and climate change is with forward-looking collaborations in technology development and innovation-which have long been a hallmark of MIT’s approach to problem solving.

This 30mins startup event follows an ILP webinar on the same topic earlier that week:  https://ilp.mit.edu/attend/scaling-low-carbon-energy-economic-geopolitical-and-environmental-impacts.

Apply to  speak if your startup has an innovative solution for energy: include energy storage, low-carbon energy, energy analytics, etc. 

Our 30mins with MIT startups is a popular bi-monthly series of  informal conversations with startups  that often draw  dozens of corporates.  First, three startups will each present for 4 minutes, followed by breakout rooms where  you can interact directly with corporates as well as our program directors, each of whom represent 8-10 large companies.  Past startups have  generally found it fruitful for  partnership  convos.

Time: 10am Friday July 10th

Zoom Breakout rooms starting at 25 after will generally take you to 45 after.

 

Deadline: June 30, 2020
Posted on: June 2, 2020
Industry: energy

The energy sector is facing unprecedented challenges, with the global Covid-19 pandemic complicating an already challenging transition toward a low-carbon future. One of the key elements in addressing both the current pandemic and climate change is with forward-looking collaborations in technology development and innovation-which have long been a hallmark of MIT’s approach to problem solving.

This 30mins startup event follows an ILP webinar on the same topic earlier that week:  https://ilp.mit.edu/attend/scaling-low-carbon-energy-economic-geopolitical-and-environmental-impacts.

Apply to  speak if your startup has an innovative solution for energy: include energy storage, low-carbon energy, energy analytics, etc. 

Our 30mins with MIT startups is a popular bi-monthly series of  informal conversations with startups  that often draw  dozens of corporates.  First, three startups will each present for 4 minutes, followed by breakout rooms where  you can interact directly with corporates as well as our program directors, each of whom represent 8-10 large companies.  Past startups have  generally found it fruitful for  partnership  convos.

Time: 10am Friday July 10th

Zoom Breakout rooms starting at 25 after will generally take you to 45 after.

 

Application Requirements

In your response, please list

  1. Startup fit - Explain concisely what you offer & your match with the above
  2. MUST HAVE! One-line description for your self for our agenda
  3. Any relevant use cases / customer stories (can indicate industry/size if not ready to go public)
  4. Stage of startup / maturity of technology - For medical offering any patient/trial data
  • Application Requirements

    In your response, please list

    1. Startup fit - Explain concisely what you offer & your match with the above
    2. MUST HAVE! One-line description for your self for our agenda
    3. Any relevant use cases / customer stories (can indicate industry/size if not ready to go public)
    4. Stage of startup / maturity of technology - For medical offering any patient/trial data

Disclaimer:  MIT Startup Exchange provides introductions that ideally provides open ended discussions in order to share mutual interests and potentially create common ground that incite the parties to collaborate. MIT Startup Exchange introductions may eventually lead to mutual partnerships, but that is not in any way guaranteed by MIT, MIT Corporate Relations, MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) or MIT Startup Exchange, which take no responsibility for the outcome of such discussions and takes no formal part in such discussions following our introduction. MIT Startup Exchange and its activities and events are not for purposes of soliciting investment or offering securities.