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Cleantech Thought Leader Forum

June 24, 2010, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM MDT

Get in the discussion!

As part of our continued leadership in cleantech development and issues, we invite you to join us for a thought provoking discussion about an important cleantech topic for the Rocky Mountain region. Led by Mr. Tim Reeser, Chief Operating Officer of Cenergy, CSU's Clean Energy Supercluster, the presentation and discussion will focus on a critical issue—"What do states in the Rocky Mountain region need to do to better support cleantech initiatives so more get funded and implemented?"

In addition to Mr. Reeser's presentation, which will be followed by Q&A with this cleantech leader, the evening will be a great opportunity to network and talk with the best and brightest in cleantech, including our industry-leading sponsors, meet the Semi-Finalists for this year's Cleantech Open competition and others in the cleantech community, and learn more about what's coming from the Cleantech Open.

It's an evening you won't want to miss!


University of Denver, Daniels College of Business

School of Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management

2044 E. Evans Avenue

Denver, CO 80208


Directions by car, light rail or bus can be found by clicking here. Pay parking is available in Lots 301 and 304 at the corner of East Evans Avenue and South High Street.


5:00 pm - 6:00 pm  Presentation by and Discussion with Tim Reeser addressing the evening's topic

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm  Networking reception with light appetizers and drinks


Tim ReeserMr. Reeser is the Chief Operating Officer of Cenergy, Colorado State Universities’ Clean Energy Commercialization arm. Mr. Reeser has a long history of Clean Energy and IT Energy leadership in Colorado that started with the Natural Gas Vehicle Challenge and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Project in CSU's Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory as a student in 1990.

Following this work, Mr. Reeser co-founded Engineering Computer Consultants, an engineering IT services organization that he grew to $7 million in revenue and led for 11 years prior to selling to 3t Systems. Under Tim’s leadership as a Partner, 3t Systems, a private technology consulting and software firm specializing in IT Security and Virtualization grew from $15 million to $35 Million in 3 years.

Following his tenure at 3t Systems, Tim co-founded Lightning Hybrids, a Loveland Colorado-based clean transportation development company specializing in Hydraulic Hybrid technology. Tim is currently leading 2 CSU clean energy spin outs (Prieto Battery and OptiEnz Sensors), and working to queue up 2-4 additional new startups each year.

Who Should Attend

Everyone in cleantech!

  • Entrepreneurs—meet potential funders, partners and customers
  • VCs & investors—meet cleantech entrepreneurs creating cutting edge technologies and businesses
  • Cleantech Open contestants, past and present—talk with VCs, potential partners & customers and the media
  • Cleantech Open sponsors and mentors—meet with entrepreneurs and potential clients
  • Members of the media—learn about what's going on in cleantech from industry leaders



Registration Fees

Type Regular Door
General Public 37.00 50.00
Student 27.00 40.00
 All prices in U.S. dollars. Sorry, no refunds available.
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