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Cleantech Forum

1/25/2016 to 1/27/2016
When: January 25th - 27th, 2016
7:30 AM Registration
Where: Parc 55 San Francisco
55 Cyril Magnin Street
San Francisco, California 
United States

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Cleantech Forums help our audiences chart the future. The old industrial map is being re-drawn and incumbents are being disrupted by a series of mega-trends, one of which is the imperative to do “more with less” (less inputs, less costs, less environmental impact).


Cleantech Forums filter the noise, allowing you to concentrate on the people and topics that matter most. Cleantech Forums are relevant to all concerned about where sustainable innovations are heading and how they are impacting industrial competitive advantage of companies and countries.

Cleantech Forums showcase the trends to watch out for and the innovation companies that illustrate this. The innovation on show is all-pervasive: in business models, in who works with who, in the financing the changes, as much as they are in enabling technology.

Cleantech Forums are where you gain access to some of the most innovative people and companies driving change. All in one place, for 3 days. Normally from 100+ cities, across 25+ countries.

Cleantech Forums have been run since 2002 in San Francisco and since 2005 in Europe, by Cleantech Group (once the Cleantech Venture Network).

Cleantech Forums pride themselves on being not like other conferences. We put emphasis on creating an experience, on leaving you inspired and re-motivated, having found new business friends (be they in the form of partners, investors, problem solvers, customers, peers, or mentors).


“Enjoyable. Professional. Productive. Thought-Provoking. Inspiring. A ‘wow’ experience” – these are the kind of words used in the testimonials we most value.

Expect to be helped. One of the defining characteristics most commented on by first-timers is how friendly the ambience is, full of people serious about building great businesses and making money from doing more with less, but also “give back” people, people who are happy to help others.