NBIA’s Clean Energy/Clean Technology Incubation Workshop and Meeting the Funding Challenge Seminar, May 24-25 in Baton Rouge, La., is getting a lot of attention in Louisiana and across the country.
If you’re thinking about starting a clean-tech incubation program or want to explore funding opportunities for a new or existing clean-tech program, NBIA’s Clean Energy/Clean Technology Incubation Workshop and Meeting the Funding Challenge Seminar is the place to be. In addition to influential policymakers, the event will also feature top-rate programming from the best in the clean-technology industry.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., has agreed to address participants during the first day of the program. Sen. Landrieu is the chairwoman of the Senate Small Business Committee, and a member of the Senate Appropriations and Energy and Natural Resources committees. Jay Dardenne, who was elected lieutenant governor of Louisiana in November 2010, will make a keynote presentation during lunch on the second day of the program.
This new event, co-sponsored by the Clean Energy Alliance, will be held at the Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge and hosted by Louisiana State University Innovation Park/Louisiana Business and Technology Center. The event will include a tour of LBTC and a reception featuring Cajun music and food. Register now for the workshop/seminar or just the funding seminar.
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