The Energy & Clean Technology Venture Forum is an event which showcases promising, early-stage, energy and clean tech companies and brings them together with venture capital investors and other industry providers. The average attendance at the Energy & Clean Tech Venture Forums is roughly 550-575. The majority of the audience represents members of the energy industry and investor community, along with others from business, entrepreneurship and academic organizations.
This is one of the largest Texas events that focuses solely on showcasing energy and clean technology ventures. It is hosted by the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship and the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. The Rice Alliance is Rice University's flagship initiative to promote technology commercialization in Houston and Texas. Since inception in 1999, the Rice Alliance has assisted in the launch of over 250 technology companies that have raised over $500 million in early stage funding.
RPSEA President Mike Ming is honored to be on the Advisory Board and serve as a judge at the event.
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