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About the 2018 Conference

The 7th TransTech Energy (TTE) Business Development Conference will be held October 23-24, 2018 at the Hilton Garden Inn – Southpointe, Canonsburg, PA.

The TransTech conference is the place to go to find out what's happening in energy-related technology in the region:

  • The TTE Conference helps encourage and enable all innovators from throughout the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic states pitch their great ideas, products, projects, apps and discoveries to venture and angel investors, potential strategic partners, project and economic developers, potential customers and the general public.
  • TTE Technologies promote smart/advanced manufacturing, reduce carbon emissions and generally enable a vibrant, energy efficient and sustainable economy for the future.
  • Technologies pitched by start-up companies at previous TTE Conferences include advanced materials, catalysts and chemical processes, engines and compressors, renewables and efficiency, sensors and controls, robotics, smart grid, water monitoring and treatment, bio-energy/feedstocks, synfuels, carbon capture and utilization and more.
  • The first six TTE Business Development Conferences connected 118 pitches for funding by start-up companies and promising projects in 15 regional states. These connections resulted in many exciting success stories and approximately $300 million in follow-on funding for TTE alumni companies.

Registration for the 7th TTE Business Development Conference is available now. Check out the Registration section for program and registration details and:

  • Help define and promote a TTE Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for our multi-state region, with an impact similar to that of NREL’s Industry Growth Forum.
  • Interact with researchers and innovators from the recently expanded TTE Academic Partnership including Case Western Reserve University, Carnegie Mellon University, and the University of Pittsburgh, along with TTE founder West Virginia University.
  • Let’s generate some excitement and enthusiasm for new ideas, start-up companies and the potential for good jobs in TTE technologies for our future!

For further information please contact Angela Shock at (304) 293-6520 or angela.shock@mail.wvu.edu