Amit Gupta

Sensoleak to present at 16th Annual Rice Alliance Energy and Clean Technology Venture Forum


16th Annual Energy and Clean Technology Venture Forum

Thursday, September 13, 2018
8:00 am – 6:30 pm
McNair Hall, Rice University

Register here: www.ectvf.rice.edu


The Rice Alliance’s 16th Annual Energy and Clean Technology Venture Forum on September 13, 2018 is the largest energy and clean technology venture capital conference in the southwest.

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 & clean technology industry, learn about promising companies seeking to expand their management team, as well networking and learning opportunities for entrepreneurs, researchers, investment professional and business executives.

The must-attend event is open to anyone involved in the energy and clean technology community in the region. The conference will include industry luminary speakers, investors, and promising startups from throughout the U.S. and beyond.

Sensoleak earns Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Global New Product Innovation Award

Sensoleak awarded best technology for Gas and Oil industry winning the 2018 Global Leakage Detection Systems
New Product Innovation Award!

SensoLeak Award – Most innovative technology in the O&G in 2018

 

 

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