Building Energy and Clean Tech Companies

According to McKinsey & Co. (Resource Revolution), in the 20th century, businesses didn’t have to worry about resource productivity; they could focus on capital and labor. Over the next 20+ years, however, resources must be at the heart of business strategy. To this point, a complete rethink of resource management will be needed to keep pace with soaring demand as up to three billion new consumers join the world's middle classes over the next 20 years.

This transformation of markets and business will provide numerous opportunities for the use of new technologies, new applications for existing technologies, and the creation and growth of new markets and new businesses. Energy and water are noteworthy markets in transition.

On April 24th, plan to join two subject matter experts who will lead a discussion on global/local market change, emerging markets and business opportunities, and access to growth capital.

Samir Menon, Head, Eco Sustainability Services, Americas, Tata 

Todd Wilson, General Partner, RockPort Capital

Participants can attend for free in person at the Centergy Building on Georgia Tech's campus or via Webinar.

For more information and to register, visit

Event Details


  • Wednesday, April 24, 2013
    12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Hodges Room, Enterprise Innovation Institute, Centergy Building, Tech Square (75 5th Street NW)
Fee(s): Free