Access to Finance Conference for Innovators: clean tech/energy

17 February @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
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In 2021, The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) at Harwell Campus, and Oxfordshire Greentech, the business network for the low carbon economy in Oxfordshire, ran a series of three virtual events that were very successful in bringing together funders and organisations seeking funding.

Following 2021, and the previous three years of this highly successful conference, this year we are again taking it on-line in the form of three events over three weeks in early 2022.

For 2022, STFC, Oxfordshire Greentech, and sister network Cambridge Cleantech, have again brought together experts and investors who specialise in helping tech businesses flourish.

The Conference comprises three on-line events:

Session 1 – Coaching masterclass for early-stage funding, 27th January
Session 2 – Clean tech/energy, 17th February – this event
Session 3 – Space tech, 3rd March

This 2nd session will focus on the clean/green tech sector.

Attendees will hear what funding available and crucially what investors are looking for. You will have the opportunity to speak with the investors and experts who can help your business grow. The events will combine insightful presentations with dynamic online networking when you can connect with other businesses and the speakers.

Session 2 – Clean tech/energy – 17th February

SPEAKERS

10.00 – Welcome and introduction, Oxfordshire Greentech

10.05 – Welcome from STFC, Emma Southwell-Sanders

10.10 – Expert insights

Pippa Gawley, Zero Carbon Capital

Josh Brewer, Ethex

Ben Watts, Engie/Clean Growth Fund

Rob Hokin, Greenbackers

10.50 – Q&A panel

11.00 – Networking

11.30 – Close

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17 February
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