Bright Power Selected for New Energy Symposium – Investment Pitch Competition


Bright Power is one of the fifteen cleantech startups chosen to participate in the Seventh Annual New Energy Symposium and pitch to a panel of over 40 regional and national VCs, angels, private equity investors, corporate VCs, investment bankers, and government executives at the Investment Pitch Competition. Now in its fifth year at the New Energy Symposium, the competition has showcased 58 early stage companies that have raised over $160 million in venture capital and government funding to develop clean energy technologies, products, and services.

NYCEDC Blog Article: NYC Cleantech Innovators Compete in New Energy Symposium Preview by David Gilford, Assistant Director, Center for Economic Transformation features Bright Power among the local contestants.

2012 New Energy Symposium (July 18-19, 2012)

7 World Trade Center, New York City

New Energy New York, the Energy & Environmental Technology Applications Center (E2TAC) at the College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering (CNSE), iCLEAN, E2TAC’s clean energy incubator at CNSE, and the New York Academy of Sciences are proud to host the Seventh Annual New Energy Symposium. This event includes the Investor Pitch Competition, as well as two days of expert panels. Register

This year’s competing companies include:

Active Grid Technology Inc.

Altek Fuel Group Inc.

Bright Power Inc.

Dynamo Micropower Inc.

Energy Innovation Works LLC

ENrG Inc.

Paper Battery Company

ProTerra Lighting Inc.

Re3 USA Ltd. Rentricity Inc.

ThermoAura Inc.

ThermoLift Inc.

Tour Engine Inc.

Versatilis LLC

Vibronic Energy Technology Corp.

Partners: The New Energy Symposium has partnered with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s annual Industry Growth Forum – the nation’s premier cleantech startup pitch event – for the past five years. In addition, the New Energy Symposium has partnered with the Department of Energy’s Clean Energy Alliance – the national alliance of clean energy incubators – since the program’s inception.