Taking the stage at the Clean Tech Open Northwest
The Northwest Semi-Finalists for the Clean Tech Open competition were announced a few hours ago. 16 companies made it to the semi’s.
I entered our parent company Innovatus Energy by putting together a business plan for a utility scale tri-generation plant producing heat, fuels and electricity using some of the best technology my research has uncovered. It’s progressing well on a small scale and we want to explore taking the next leap. This competition is the perfect place for that.
I am proud to say that Innovatus was named a Semi-Finalist and we will be going to California in July for some really cool training that they offer and mentorship with some of the leading cleantech investors around. Thanks to everyone that tolerated my small children in the room. I know its not the most professional thing to bring your kids to a business event, but they want to share in the success too. Its all for them in the end. This is their real school.
There are lot’s of people out there right now that want to help us young entrepreneurs succeed. If you have an innovative clean technology idea, then learn more about the Clean Tech Open and the many different competitions.
Here is the link to the mention in Xconomy http://www.xconomy.com/seattle/2010/06/16/cleantech-open-names-semifinalists/