Published on June 2nd, 2016 | by Zachary Shahan2
Cleantech Revolution Tour Goes To Leipzig!
June 2nd, 2016 by Zachary Shahan
Revolution can’t wait. Although it seems like we just finished our initial Cleantech Revolution Tour conference in cleantech hotspot Berlin, Germany, and I haven’t even gotten around to editing and sharing any of the videos from it (photos are below!), we’re already planning the second Cleantech Revolution Tour conference.
Some of the same speakers from the first conference will again be speaking in Leipzig — Jose Pontes of EV-Sales, EV-Volumes & now CleanTechnica; Viktor Irle of EV-Volumes; Helge Hinrichs of blitzzcar; and yours truly (of far too many sites and ventures than is beneficial for my health). We’re also pulling in some locally based speakers we’ll announce soon.
Again, we will have electric vehicle test drives, including test drives of Teslas, of course, and Kumpan Electric vehicles.
The conference will feature several presentations on different important matters in the cleantech arena, presentations on some fun startups from the region, a workshop, and a panel discussion.
I think it’s well worth the low price we are charging (in order to make the conference accessible … yet get some of the food and drink costs covered), but to reward early birds, CleanTechnica readers can get a further discount if desired. Here are the details:
- Go to the eventbrite page and use one of the following discount codes (one is for individuals and one is for companies): CleanTechnicaPrivate15 or CleanTechnicaCompany15
- First 10 to use the discount code will get tickets for just €15.
You can buy tickets on the eventbrite page. (If you prefer, you can pay in cash at the event, but let us know if you are planning to do that.)
You can find more details in the Cleantech Revolution Tour website, which is being continuously updated.
Hope to see you in Leipzig!
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