Passion Powers Clean Innovation Conference

The first California Clean Innovation Conference got off to a powerful start on May 11th at Caltech with stunning addresses from keynote speakes Dr. Nate Lewis and Vinod Khosla. The event was sold out days in advance and latecomers were turned away at the door of Caltech’s Baxter Auditorium. Rady’s Net Impact chapter played a crucial role in organizing this event under the leadership of Jay Brandeis and collaborators from UCLA Anderson and host Caltech. Sponsors included Rady, UCSD, Toyota, Chevron, AeroVironment, the Angeleno Group, and the Foundation for Enterprise Development. The conference included a dozen distinct sessions, thirty-six speakers and panelists, and over three hundred attendees.

Congrats to the organizers and sponsors of this fine event.


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