CircuitMeter part of “Team Canada” delegation at annual Cleantech Forum 2018 in San Francisco

Canadian cleantech companies descended on San Francisco to present their innovative technologies

Canadian cleantech companies, including CircuitMeter Inc., descended on San Francisco to present their innovative technologies and meet with industry leaders and investment community.

The annual Cleantech Forum, organized by the research and advisory firm, Cleantech Group, took place in San Francisco January 22-24, 2018. The annual event brings together the leading technology companies from around the globe with solutions that can help in the transition to a low carbon economy. The Forum enables vital partner and investor connections that accelerate the large scale commercialization and adoption of these leading technologies.

CircuitMeter was selected as one of 28 Canadian innovative companies to be part of the core delegation, that featured broad and coordinated participation from the Federal Government, NGOs, and Canadian Cleantech incubators. According to Jon Dogterom, Managing Director, Cleantech Venture Services at MaRS, “International markets are demanding more efficient and sustainable energy supplies and manufacturing processes. Canadian companies are well equipped to respond with economically competitive solutions. The companies attending the Forum are a fantastic representation of Canada’s strength in this sector.”

CircuitMeter met with Canada’s Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Jonathan Wilkinson, who was leading the delegation in San Francisco. “CircuitMeter was proud to be part of this Canadian delegation and put a spotlight on disruptive Canadian technologies that are ready for large scale adoption to boost energy efficiency in multiple sectors around the globe” said Paul Mertes, CEO, CircuitMeter Inc. “The Forum provided CircuitMeter with an opportunity to meet face to face with major corporate users of technology, investors and innovation champions that are looking for cleantech solutions that are ready for large scale adoption and can make an impact on sustainability goals.” added Mertes.

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