19th Annual Energy Tech Venture Forum
The premier energy tech VC conference to connect energy innovators, investors, corporations and the energy ecosystem
Thursday, September 15, 2022
In its 19th year, the Energy Tech Venture Forum, hosted by The Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship, is the premier energy tech venture capital conference to connect energy innovators, investors, corporates, and the energy ecosystem. This year’s in-person forum will showcase promising energy tech companies that are boldly creating the future of energy, as well as a keynote and panel from industry leaders. You can also expect to see pitches from the inaugural class of the Rice Alliance Clean Energy Accelerator.
This event is an opportunity to learn about the latest emerging technologies, meet investors to seek funding, see promising companies, learn about investment opportunities, meet individuals from the energy industry, as well networking and learning opportunities for entrepreneurs, researchers, investment professional and business executives.
ENERGY TECH VENTURES: MEET INVESTORS OR PITCH YOUR COMPANY
The call for energy tech ventures is open for this year's conference. This is an opportunity to meet investors during personalized one-on-one meetings or provide a quick pitch to attendees at the conference.
Apply Today: Due July 15
What to Expect
The event is jam-packed with quality companies and conversations and is the go-to event of the year to connect with and see where energy is headed. The conference will include industry speakers, investors, and promising startups from throughout the U.S. and beyond.
Keynotes and Panels: The event includes speakers and panels with thoughtful discussion on the future of energy and investing.
Company Pitches: Selected companies will be showcased throughout the conference. They will provide a live pitch. Attendees will have an opportunity to engage with and ask questions during the company showcase. Call for Energy Tech Ventures is now open.
Announcement of Most Promising Company: Companies will be chosen by Rice Alliance energy technology industry experts and participating investors as the Most Promising Company.