In a few days, CleanTechnica will be converging on Berlin for our next Cleantech Revolution Tour conference, will spend a couple of days in The Grey City, and then will head to Wroclaw (in a Tesla Shuttle or three) for a full day of cleantech fun in Wroclaw.
For the main conference days (June 28 and 29), see: “Cleantech Revolution — The Plan” (or just head to the conference site.) We’re also now announcing the plan for June 27, which involves some social networking, good food, and an EV charging walking tour that involves a “scathing critique” of EV charging stations, cleantech communications, and branding. Here’s the schedule:
|13:00||Lunch||Soy (Vietnamese Restaurant)||Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 30, Berlin, Germany, 10178|
|13:45||EV Charging Walking Tour — A Scathing Critique||4 Stops|
|15:00||Coffee Tasting||The Barn||Schoenhauser Allee 8, Berlin, Germany, 10119|
|16:00||Chillout/work time & potential bonus activity|
|20:00||Speaker Reception||The Beam||Zehdenickerstr. 1, Berlin, Germany, 10119|
Go get a ticket! Or check out the conference site to learn more first.
Again, here’s a big thanks to our sponsors and partners for helping to bring this conference to Wroclaw and Berlin in the coming days.
Our Lithium sponsor for Berlin and Wroclaw is Tesla Shuttle. Silver sponsors include janom, Nissan, GreenWay, EV Volumes, The Beam, ELMO CarSharing, Quriers, Leonart, and EV Obsession.
Media partners include GRAMwZIELONE, Menadżer Floty, EnergoForum, SwiatOZE, Energetyka, PLUG Polish Tech Link, and eco-driving.info.
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