Greentech Media will be livestreaming "Strategic Partnerships: Models that Work," a session from ARPA-E's 2013 Innovation Summit, taking place in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 25-27, 2013. 

The U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) hosts the annual Energy Innovation Summit. From the conference organizers: "The Energy Innovation Summit is the premier event dedicated to transformative energy solutions. The Summit brings together leaders from academia, business, and government to discuss cutting-edge energy issues and facilitate relationships to help move technologies into the marketplace."

The session that we'll be making available on GTM will discuss strategic partnerships in energy (see description below).

Speakers will include: 

  • Moderator: Beth Comstock, Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, GE
  • Lisa Caswell, President, eMeter, A Siemens Business
  • D. Larry Clark, Senior Manager, Spacecraft Technology Development Laboratory, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
  • Ken Geisler, Vice President, Business Strategy, Smart Grid Division, Siemens
  • Dr. Brian Hennings, Vice President, Operations, Lynntech Inc.


Virtual Summit attendees can ask panelists questions live using the online platform and follow along with the Twitter conversation using the Official ARPA-E Summit hashtag: #eis13.

Bookmark this link to watch on Monday at 2:25 p.m. EST, and join in on the conversation in the discussion below or on Twitter.



All keynotes and panels at the 2013 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit are being broadcast live online. The “Strategic Partnerships: Models that Work” panel is being made available free of charge and you can purchase access to the rest of the live broadcast for $95. Purchasing live access also grants you three months of archival access. Click here to purchase full live access.

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