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New Energy and Green Technology Ventures


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You Can't Go Back and Change The Beginning,
But You Can Start Where You Are and Change The Ending.



- Green Technology

Green technology is like the new kid on the block. But the world of sustainable innovation has a long history that you may not know about. 

Take geothermal heating, a popular trend in energy-efficient homes and buildings, for example. The use of thermal energy below the surface dates back to the Paleolithic era, when early humans bathed in hot springs and built homes out of lava. Or take wind energy – our ancestors used it to propel ships down the Nile as early as 5000 BC. 

By 2000 BC, wind power was already being used to pump water and grind grain. And solar? In the 7th century BC, humans began to use solar energy. Light the flame with a magnifying glass. Although battery-powered cars seem like a new trend, at the turn of the 19th century, 90 percent of New York City's taxis were electric.

As a result, humanity has long sought to find sustainable solutions to everyday needs. But today, innovative solutions to our environmental problems are more desirable — and necessary — than ever.


- Purpose   

Research breakthroughs made in laboratories have enormous potential to improve the lives of millions of people around the world; but the challenge remains to bring scientific innovations to market in the form of related products, services, therapies, diagnostics and treatments.

EITA regularly sponsors "Seminars on New Energy, Green Technology, Applications and Entrepreneurship" around the world. The aim of the workshop is to bridge the gap between academic research results and the commercial potential of these discoveries.

The workshop will help participants—including university researchers, entrepreneurs, executives, lawyers, venture capitalists, angel investors, industry and regulatory experts, and other key advisors—gain insight into how to move new energy technologies from design to implementation and business necessary process of transformation. This introduction to new energy technology and applied entrepreneurship will enable university researchers and community participants to contribute to existing new energy technology companies or new energy technology start-ups.

During the workshop, attendees will explore new energy and green technology entrepreneurship and its relationship to the industry, explore how to translate innovative product ideas into new venture capital, and hear presentations from innovators and entrepreneurs in the new energy and green technology field , and meet people in the field of new energy and green technology. Can help turn ideas into reality. To facilitate fruitful exchanges, the format of the workshop will provide ample opportunities for general and informal discussions.

Teams and individuals interested in new energy and green technology entrepreneurship are encouraged to join the Startup Workshop, where experienced professionals can answer questions and give feedback on their ideas.


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