PROPEL Energy Tech Forum 2018
February 7 & 8 | The Fairmont Palliser | Calgary, AlbertaREGISTER NOW APPLY TO PRESENT NOW
Fueling the Energy Technology Ecosystem
PROPEL is the annual Energy Technology Venture Forum that brings together the best, boldest, most innovative emerging and established energy technology companies. Technology adoption is critical to the long-term viability and stewardship of global energy resources - now more than ever. The driving sources of energy are changing as we move from a hydrocarbon fuel focus toward renewables. Calgary is at the forefront of this revolution, standing as the key setting for fostering, commercializing, and integrating new energy technologies. PROPEL Energy Tech and its global industry partners are seizing this leadership opportunity, and have created the platform for building the energy industry of the future – and you won’t want to miss it. Read more here.
PROPEL 2017 was an incredible opportunity for us to build relationships with potential investors / stakeholders that will move MaxFleet Solutions forward. The chance to present in the Digital Oilfield category allowed us to tell our story, to best possible audience. It was our first PROPEL event and the prestige of the conference is well deserved. Every step matters and PROPEL has played a significant role in our future.
Patrick Emokpae, CEO, MaxFleet Solutions
Selection of Alumni Participating Firms & Industry Leaders
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Energy New Venture Competition
The Energy New Venture (ENV) Competition is hosted by the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Calgary and supported by Innovate Calgary. Held in one of Canada's most entrepreneurial cities and one of North America's most significant energy hubs, the one-day "Dragon's Den" style competition showcases innovative concept and venture stream technologies developed by promising entrepreneurs specifically for the energy sector.
For more information about ENV, visit: http://haskayne.ucalgary.ca/hunter-centre/env-competition