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Cleantech Open Northeast Welcomes 30 Cleantech Startups to Participate in the 2018 Cleantech Open Accelerator

Posted by Beth Zonis on

Emphasis on agriculture, water & waste, and information & communications technology, with a class of 30 companies, plus 6 CDP teams from across the Northeast.

Boston, MA -- June 11, 2018 -- Cleantech Open Northeast, the Northeast region of the world’s oldest and largest cleantech accelerator program, today announced its 2018 class of 30 startups developing clean technology solutions related to energy, agriculture, water, waste management, advanced materials, and more. Here is a full list of companies participating in the 2018 Cleantech Open Northeast...

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Cleantech Open Northeast Hosts 2018 Mentor Mixer

Posted by Elise Baker on

Connections were the focus of Cleantech Open Northeast’s 2018 ‘mentor mixer’, hosted by Pepper Hamilton on May 23. While founders of startups concentrated on meeting the right mentors to maximize their development in this year’s program, the structure of the event enabled them to pitch their ideas to a variety of listeners in two different formats.

The event in New York was the second mentor mixer in two days for Cleantech Open Northeast. On May 22, a similar event was held in Boston, which was also well attended. 

The evening began with an introduction...

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Wells Fargo Foundation Re-Upping CTO Sponsorship for 3 Yrs; CTO a Wells Fargo IN2 Channel Partner

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Wells Fargo Foundation has been an ardent supporter of Cleantech Open since 2011. This month, Wells Fargo re-upped the company’s sponsorship of CTO for another three years. All of us at CTO want to express our appreciation for Wells Fargo’s crucial support of clean technology.

Wells Fargo has been supporting clean technology development for nearly a decade, including a broad scope of highly effective efforts. Last month, Wells Fargo announced that it would provide $200 billion in financing through 2030 to businesses and projects that support the transition...

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