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6th Annual Conference on Clean Energy, November 3-4, 2010 10/20/2010

Posted by Morse Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Clean Tech, Events.
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6th Annual Conference on Clean Energy  – Two days designed to provide you with the latest investment opportunities, business insights, and fund-raising strategies in Clean Energy.

Company leaders participating in the Industry Panels will give their perspective on critical issues in many industry sectors including BioEnergy, Combined Heat & Power, Efficiency & Energy Services, Energy Storage, Portable Power, Smart Grid, Solar Energy, Wind Power, Electric Car, Ocean Energy and Solid State Lighting.

Finance panel discussions will feature top investors to provide insights into sources of seed, VC, project and government funding, providing the information startups need today to finance their companies.

For more information about the conference, please visit greenovationconference.com.

To discuss your company’s clean tech and renewable energy legal needs, please visit MBBP’s Clean Technology & Renewable Energy Practice.

MBBP ‘Green’ Advertising Recognized at LMA Your Honor Awards 02/26/2010

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MBBP Grow AdMBBP Communications Coordinator Jaclyn Jefgood was recognized at the New England Legal Marketing Association‘s Your Honor Awards on Thursday, February 25 in the category of Advertising: Print Ad. This event, held at the Boston Harbor Hotel, recognizes creativity and excellence in legal marketing in New England. MBBP’s expansion into the Green/Clean Tech sector generated new marketing opportunities for the firm, including a print ad for the Fifth Conference on Clean Energy in November of 2009. Jaclyn’s ‘green’ twist on the firm’s tagline, “Start.Run.Grow.Protect.Profit.” created continuity between our general practice and our new Green/Clean Tech practice. Jaclyn has been a part of MBBP’s Advertising, Marketing and Communications efforts since 2008.

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