An alternative energy conference scheduled for next month will highlight 60 early-stage start-ups in batteries, biofuels, energy management, fuel cells, lighting, wind and water.
The CEOs of each start-up company will present their company’s business plan and technology to potential investors, acquirers and business partners.
Venture capitalists, industry analysts and corporate executives, among other experts, will share their thoughts on which technologies are best positioned to have a global impact.
Dow Jones VentureSource reports that venture funding in the alternative energy sector totaled $1.42 billion in the first half of this year.
The Dow Jones Alternative Energy Innovations conference will occur Oct. 21 and 22 in Redwood City, Calif.