Sustainable Energy Fund Wednesday announced the addition of Emerging Tech Talks to Energypath 2016 Conference to be held July 28-29 in State College.
This series of lectures, to be held the morning of July 29, will feature prominent thought leaders in the sustainable energy and technology industries. Emerging Tech Talks will provide insight into rapidly changing technologies, trends and business models.
“Technology is constantly evolving. Innovation and the ability to find creative solutions are paramount to overcoming challenges,” said John Costlow, president and CEO of Sustainable Energy Fund. “We’re proud to host top experts and business leaders in the energy and technology spaces to discuss their experiences and the accomplishments they have achieved in their fields. We hope that Emerging Tech Talks will serve as a point of inspiration for those dedicated to building a sustainable energy future.”
Featured thought leaders include:
-- Brent Alderfer, CEO and co-founder of Community Energy;
-- Paul Eisenhuth, President and CEO of CEWA Technologies;
-- Ken Okrepkie, Regional Manager – Pocono Northeast, Ben Franklin Technology Partners;
-- Jim Nigg, founder Constructis LLC;
-- Greg Donworth and Asher Breverman, Founders of Windigo Turbine; and
-- Davashree Ghosh, Sustainability Strategist, Greener By Design LLC.
Energypath 2016 will feature panel discussions, presentations, a science fair for middle and high school students, and pre-conference Energy Camps, which will cover a variety of sustainable energy technologies and practices.
The conference also features Energy Sprout, a competition for innovative products and business models. The competition will award a top grant of $100,000 to a business or individual.For more information, visit the Energypath 2016 Conference website.