UPCOMING: ACCESS HANOVER
September 12th, 2012
Hanover Theater, 2 Southbridge Street, Worcester, MA
UPCOMING: ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY AT CLARK UNIVERSITY
Thursday November 29th, 2012
12:15 PM – 1:15 PM
Clark University, Grace Conference Room, 950 Main Street, Worcester, MA
For more information please visit: Marsh Lecture Series
“Panel Discussion – Energy Sustainability at Clark University”
Jennie Isler, Sustainability Coordinator, Clark University;
Mark Leahy, Chief Engineer, Physical Plant, Clark University;
Rob Pratt, Chairman and CEO, GreenerU, Waltham, MA;
Vincent DeVito, Executive Director, Institute for Energy and Sustainability, Worcester, MA
CLEANTECH OPEN BUSINESS BRIEFING
April 2nd, 2012
Grace Conference Room, Clark University
On April 2nd, 2012 Cleantech Open hosted a business briefing in the Grace Conference room at Clark University. Cleantech Open helps provide entrepreneurs with the resources needed to launch successful Cleantech companies. The event provided a number of key activities including extensive mentoring, training, business clinics, and access to investors and capital.
HIGH EFFICIENCY LED OPPORTUNITY
April 2nd, 2012
Sackler Science Center, Clark University
On April 2nd,2012 SALICRU hosted an event in the Sackler Science Center at Clark University to educate its audience about its development of new high-efficiency clean electronic technology. The presenters discussed how market evolutions require renewed effort in search for distinctive values, demonstrating greater efficiency plus offering maximum quality and how SALICRU is able to adapt to these international standards via constant progress and development through all its areas.
PLUG-IN ELECTRIC VEHICLES
April 2nd, 2012
Lasry Center for Biosciences, Clark University
On April 2nd, 2012 Clark University President David Angel was proud to unveil the installation of two new EV charge Stations. These charge stations, located on the Clark University campus, would become 2 of an eventual 10 that could be found around the city of Worcester. The event was attended by a number of distinguished guests including Congressman Jim McGovern
SMART GRID VENTURE SHOWCASE
September 29th, 2011
In partnership with the Consulate General of Canada, Boston, and the UK based company SETsquared, IES hosted a 2011 Smart Grid Venture Showcase. The showcase allowed for 12 companies to make presentations to over 100 guests representing the venture and business development communities. The presentations were outstanding and the event has helped IES to make connections with international stakeholders in the smart grid space.
March 24th, 2011
Lurie Conference Room, Clark Univeristy
On March 24th, 2011 Clark University President David Angel hosted a Sustainability luncheon offering a series of presentations on Clark University’s commitment to sustainability and ideas on planning for a sustainable future. A number of Clark University professors spoke at this event as well as IES Executive Director Vincent DeVito.
WEATHERIZATION ROUND TABLE
September 13th, 2010
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
On September 13th, 2010 IES partnered with the Worcester Community Action Council and the City of Worcester to host the Weatherization Round Table. The event helped to connect energy efficiency businesses, suppliers, government officials and contractors with the goal of supporting the expansion of the energy efficiency economy and market in the region. Guest speakers included Congressman Jim McGovern and Lt. Governor Tim Murray, both of whom are strong proponents of expanded weatherization.
IN THE BLACK WITH GREEN IDEAS
March 29th, 2010
Gateway Park, WPI
On March, 29th 2010 WPi hosted a conference meant to be a building event for the clean technology sector in Central Massachusetts. The conference provided an overview of IES as well as a sense of our role as a business resource. Participants were offered both federal and state perspectives on climate and energy policies and a roundtable panel discussed how businesses are adjusting to take advantage of the new energy economy. Both Lt. Governor Murray and Congressman McGovern spoke at this event.