This year’s National Clean Energy Week (NCEW) is coming fast. The NCEW VIP Dinner will be held on Wednesday, September 25, in appreciation of this year’s sponsors, steering committee members, and other invited guests. The evening’s schedule is packed with a lively lineup for attendees to enjoy.
The Energy Gang podcast by GreenTechMedia puts out a weekly show that tackles every facet of today’s energy landscape. From emerging cleantech to environmental legislation, the Energy Gang digs into a wide variety of energy issues over the course of their episodes.
Aside from her role in the Energy Gang, Katherine Hamilton is well-known in the world of clean energy investment. In her current position as Chair of 38 North Solutions, a clean energy consulting firm, Ms. Hamilton supports businesses and organizations with strategy, policy, and communications services. Katherine received a Cleanie Award in 2018 as Entrepreneur of the Year. Katherine is Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum‘s Future of Advanced Energy Technology Global Future Council and immediate past President of GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic.
Jigar Shah is a cleantech financier who stands apart from the crowd. During his time as the Founder and CEO of SunEdison, Mr. Shah pioneered the concept of “no money down solar,” the popularity of which made SunEdison the largest solar services company in the world at one point.
These days, Mr. Shah is a co-founder of Generate Capital. He’s expanded his focus from solar to include other technologies that are needed to drive energy innovation, such as fuel cells, electric vehicles, and anaerobic digesters.
The NCEW VIP Dinner will be an exciting night with the Energy Gang members leading the discussion. Check back soon for more updates on guests and events during this year’s National Clean Energy Week.
Want to attend the dinner? There’s still time. Become an official NCEW Sponsor and get your seat at our VIP Dinner, which is sure to sell-out. Not only that, but with sponsorship, you’ll receive tickets to our Policy Makers Symposium the following-day, to continue the discussion around our clean energy economy.