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Celebrating Boston’s Leadership in Climate Technology

By meerna Jul11,2024
Celebrating Boston’s Leadership in Climate Technology

Join City of BostonSchneider Electric, Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC), Downtown Boston BID and Mass CEC for Urban Climate Technologies

BOSTON, July 10, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Climate Tech in the City is an inaugural event that will bring together the local climate tech community for a day of tech demos, sharing, networking and celebration. These outdoor events will inspire collaboration while raising awareness of this growing sector. Boston has a unique ecosystem of world-renowned universities, cutting-edge research institutions and a vibrant entrepreneurial community, making it a powerhouse of climate technology innovation. The city’s commitment to sustainability and supportive policy environment further strengthen its leadership in addressing global energy and environmental challenges.

Climate technology on the square

Event date: July 24, 2024
Time: 10:00 – 16:00
Location: Town Hall Square, Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts – Join us Climate Tech at The Plaza ON July 24a vibrant outdoor event showing why Boston has one of the most robust climate technology clusters in the country. This fast-growing industry is emerging to solve the energy and environmental challenges of the future.

  • Technology demonstrations: Experience cutting-edge climate technologies first-hand, from renewable energy solutions to advanced environmental monitoring systems.
  • An exchange of information: Talk to industry experts, decision makers and thought leaders about the latest trends and innovations in climate technology.
  • Networking opportunities: Connect with key players in the climate tech community, including startups, investors, researchers and government representatives.

Tech Block Climate Event

Event date: July 24, 2024
Time: 16:00 – 19:00
Location: Summer Street Plaza at Downtown Crossing, Boston, Massachusetts

  • Celebration: Celebrate the achievements and milestones of Boston’s climate technology sector with live entertainment, food, drinks, and networking opportunities.

These events are open to the public and are open to anyone with an interest in climate change and climate technology, including industry professionals, entrepreneurs, investors, scientists, students and concerned citizens.

For more information, visit:

RSVP and media inquiries – please contact:
NECEC: Natasha Perez, (email protected)617-504-7428
Schneider Electric: Vicki True, (email protected)774-613-1158
Downtown Boston BID: Michael Nichols, (email protected)617-879-8531

SOURCE Schneider Electric

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