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Speak at 2024 MITEI annual research conference

Deadline: July 15, 2024

The MIT Startup Exchange team is recruiting startups to present and exhibit at 2024 MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) annual research conference, on September 25. This year’s theme will be built around ensuring the durability of the energy transition in the face of future unknowns.

The target audience are MITEI and Future Energy Systems Center members, between 225-275 attendees. Mostly research directors, VPs of research and of innovation as well as some corporate venture groups. Attendees typically come from the U.S., Europe, Asia and South America. 

Who?

Startups working on a varied array of solutions in the energy transition:

- Hydrogen (including Geological Hydrogen, Ammonia): making, storing, handling, transporting, detecting leaks

- Carbon Capture and Storage : point source, direct air capture, direct ocean capture

- Electrification/Grid and Energy Storage, Transmission and Distribution

- Non-fossil Power Generation: nuclear, renewables, fusion

- Data Centers and Decarbonization

 

Process Overview

- Please apply using the opportunity’s form. Deadline for applications: July 15, 2024

- All applications to be reviewed, and feedback provided to all applicants

- Select startups to be invited for a dry-run prior to the conference

- Please note priority will be given to startups that didn’t present in previous editions

 

Commitment to Event Participation

By accepting to participate in an MIT Startup Exchange live or virtual event you agree to adhere to the following: 

- Commitment to the day/time of the event and related commitments (e.g. dry run presentations, preparation call/meeting). 

- Commitment to the presentation and exhibition format/guidelines and deadlines, including but not limited to the submission of final presentation slides, signed consent form, requested company and speaker materials (bio, headshot, logo etc.)

- Commitment to completing the post-event feedback form by the noted deadline. 

Deadline: July 15, 2024
Posted on: June 11, 2024
Location: MIT campus
Industry: Energy

The MIT Startup Exchange team is recruiting startups to present and exhibit at 2024 MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) annual research conference, on September 25. This year’s theme will be built around ensuring the durability of the energy transition in the face of future unknowns.

The target audience are MITEI and Future Energy Systems Center members, between 225-275 attendees. Mostly research directors, VPs of research and of innovation as well as some corporate venture groups. Attendees typically come from the U.S., Europe, Asia and South America. 

Who?

Startups working on a varied array of solutions in the energy transition:

- Hydrogen (including Geological Hydrogen, Ammonia): making, storing, handling, transporting, detecting leaks

- Carbon Capture and Storage : point source, direct air capture, direct ocean capture

- Electrification/Grid and Energy Storage, Transmission and Distribution

- Non-fossil Power Generation: nuclear, renewables, fusion

- Data Centers and Decarbonization

 

Process Overview

- Please apply using the opportunity’s form. Deadline for applications: July 15, 2024

- All applications to be reviewed, and feedback provided to all applicants

- Select startups to be invited for a dry-run prior to the conference

- Please note priority will be given to startups that didn’t present in previous editions

 

Commitment to Event Participation

By accepting to participate in an MIT Startup Exchange live or virtual event you agree to adhere to the following: 

- Commitment to the day/time of the event and related commitments (e.g. dry run presentations, preparation call/meeting). 

- Commitment to the presentation and exhibition format/guidelines and deadlines, including but not limited to the submission of final presentation slides, signed consent form, requested company and speaker materials (bio, headshot, logo etc.)

- Commitment to completing the post-event feedback form by the noted deadline. 

For additional information about MITEI please visit:

https://energy.mit.edu/


Disclaimer:  MIT Startup Exchange can make introductions that ideally provide 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 takes no responsibility for these outcomes and 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.