Business Breakfast – Apr 25 at the Peabody Marriott
Event Title: The State of Clean Energy Innovation and Opportunities for Growth on the North Shore
Moderator: Steve Pike, CEO, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
Panel: Clean Energy Entrepreneurs & Businesses Leaders
Presenters: Students from Endicott College’s Angle School for Entrepreneurship
Sponsor: Endicott College
Registration: Advance registration preferred; walkins welcomed; $5 additional charge for registering at the door.
In celebration of Earth Day, the North Shore Technology Council and its Sustainability Forum subgroup is hosting a special Earth Day-themed program for the April Business Breakfast. Steve Pike, CEO of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center will moderate as students from Endicott College’s Angle School for Entrepreneurship present the findings of their recent research on regional clean energy developments and their impact on the North Shore to a panel of local clean energy business leaders. The students, business panel and audience will be able to interact and share their observations, experience and questions.
8 Centennial Road
Peabody MA USA
Date and Time
Begins: 04/25/2018 07:00 AM
Ends: 04/25/2018 09:00 AM
Moderator: Steve Pike
As Chief Executive Officer of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, Stephen Pike is responsible for leading MassCECs efforts to build a nation-leading clean energy economy in Massachusetts. Steve first joined the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center as General Counsel in May 2013, leading the organizations general corporate and public law matters; and overseeing governmental affairs. Prior to joining MassCEC, Steve practiced corporate law in Boston for nearly 15 years, most recently as a shareholder at Davis, Malm & D’Agostine, PC and prior to that as a partner and associate at Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP. Throughout his career, Steve has counseled numerous clean energy companies at various stages, sizes and technology focus. Prior to attending law school, Steve was the Assistant to the Undersecretary at the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs and also worked as the legislative director for the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, during the Weld administration. Steve, a Haverhill resident, graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor’s degree in History and earned a Jurist Doctorate from the Boston University School of Law where he was an editor of the Law Review.
Sustainable Endicott. A commitment and a pledge.
We have a responsibility to the environment and to our students to incorporate sustainable practices on campus and to broaden students’ engagement and experience.
Sustainable Endicott is a College-wide effort to embrace environmental sustainability in our scholarship and operations. The Office of Sustainability works to reduce the College’s environmental footprint by engaging with campus operations, courses, student groups, and external audiences to increase understanding of environmental problems and help find pragmatic, timely, and effective solutions.
Our commitment to sustainability includes:
- A College-wide sustainability committee
- Campus action to reduce waste and increase efficiency
- Coursework in sustainability applicable to a variety of majors
- Opportunities for students and others to get involved
To learn more about Endicott College, visit their website, www.endicott.edu
On line registration closes the day before this event at 12:00 p.m.
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