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Event Overview:

The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is the premier event that showcases America’s future energy technologies. This unique event brings together thought leaders from academia, business, and government to discuss cutting-edge energy issues and facilitate relationships to help move technologies into the marketplace. Participants include ARPA-E Awardees, researchers, entrepreneurs, investors, corporate executives, and government leaders.

The Summit’s strategic combination of leaders makes it the perfect forum for sharing and developing energy solutions.

Attendee Information:

Why Attend?
The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is an annual conference and technology showcase that brings together experts from different technical disciplines and professional communities to think about America’s energy challenges in new and innovative ways. The Summit offers a unique, three-day program aimed at moving transformational energy technologies out of the lab and into the market. Join other energy industry experts, thought leaders, and decision makers at the Summit to:

Experience first-hand the latest technological advancements across a wide variety of energy sectors
Attend practical seminars about transitioning cutting-edge technologies into successful commercial products
Network with breakthrough technology companies, federal government leaders, entrepreneurs and researchers who are ready to collaborate
Meet influential government, research labs, and private-sector leaders and learn about partnerships and funding opportunities
Hear insightful keynotes from industry leaders and luminaries on the future of energy technology
Apply to have your breakthrough technology featured in the highly regarded Technology Showcase

Technology Showcase
The Summit Technology Showcase displays over 250 innovative energy technologies, including those from ARPA-E funded project teams - many of which have never before been publicly displayed.

Summit Partners
Summit Partners can connect with technologists through the Corporate Acceleration Program and generate significant brand exposure through exhibit and sponsorship opportunities.

Summit Student Program

The Summit Student Program provides the next-generation of America's energy innovators with an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge energy issues and interact with companies searching for new talent.

Exhibitor Information:

The Technology Showcase at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit offers a look at America's future energy technologies. Showcase participants include ARPA-E-funded project teams as well as a highly selective group of researchers and technologists from other companies and organizations. 

The ARPA-E Technology Showcase Features:

  • Cutting-edge technologies across all energy sectors
  • Expert entrepreneurs and researchers ready to collaborate
  • Tangible innovations on display
  • Decision makers interested in investing

Unlike other conferences where anyone who pays the booth fee can participate, the participants in the ARPA-E Technology Showcase must pass a thorough vetting process to be included. Our vetting process ensures that attendees are meeting with the best in the industry.

Expected attendees include the nation’s leading individuals and organizations in energy innovation. These attendees include: scientific researchers, venture capital investors, financial institutions, technology entrepreneurs, large and small corporations with an interest in transformational energy technologies, and policymakers from the U.S. Congress and Federal Government.

Who Can Participate

Active ARPA-E Awardee project teams are automatically approved to participate in the Showcase. Other organizations may apply to exhibit in the Technology Showcase. Technology Showcase applicants must have a transformational energy technology to demonstrate in their exhibit space. The portal to apply to exhibit in the Technology Showcase will open in autumn 2016.

Technologies of Interest by 2016 Attendees

Renewable Power Generation 63%

Energy Storage - Stationary 50%

Energy Storage - Transportation 45%

Building Efficiency 29%

Distributed and Hybrid Energy 28%

Advanced Fuels 27%

Vehicle Technologies 25%

Bioenergy 24%

Electricity Transmission & Distribution 22%

Thermal Energy Utilization 21%

Oil and Gas 20%

Carbon Capture & Utilization 20%

Control Systems 14%

Robotics 12%

Industrial Efficiency 12%

Water/Hydro 10%

Other 9%

Traditional Power Generation 6%

About ARPA-E:

The U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has hosted the Energy Innovation Summit for the past six years. ARPA-E invests in transformational ideas to create America's future energy technologies. ARPA-E programs are created to address critical challenges in energy innovation, and ARPA-E-funded project teams receive hands-on guidance to meet ambitious milestones that push the boundaries of energy innovation and help move their technologies into the marketplace.

Contact the event managers listed below for more information about how you can participate at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit 2017 - Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.

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Website: http://www.arpae-summit.com/Home...
Conference/Event Dates: 02/27/2017 - 03/01/2017
Expo/Exhibit Dates: 02/27/2017 - 03/01/2017
Expo/Exhibit Hours: Mon, 4:30-7pm; Tues, 7:30-9am, 12:15-2:30pm, 5-7:30pm; Wed, 7:30-9am, noon-2pm
First Move-In Date: 02/26/2017
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Energy
Other Industries: Banking-Money-Finance, Business, Energy, Federal Government, Government, Investment Seminars, Miscellaneous, Technology
Estimated Attendance: 2,500
Cost to Attend: http://www.arpae-summit.com/Registration...
Audience: Scientific Researchers, Venture Capital Investors, Financial Institutions, Technology Entrepreneurs, Large and Small Corporations with an interest in transformational energy technologies, Policymakers
from the U.S. Congress and Federal Government
Notes: 2016 Summit Attendees by Industry:
Research &
Development/
Labs (National,
Private, Federal)
28%
Product
Development/
Systems
Integration/
Manufacturing
16%
Federal / Military / State
& Intl. Gov. 12%
Education,
Training,
Research 11%
Technology
Developer
Supplier
11%
Investor &
Investment
Services 9%
Professional
Services
(Consultant,
Marketing, etc.)
4%
Press 4%
Advocacy/Policy 2%
Other 2%
Venue: Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
Venue Phone: (301) 965-4000
Venue Type: Indoor - Hotel
Official Conference Hotel:Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
Conference Hotel URL:http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasgn-gaylord-national-resort-an...
Number of Exhibitors:340+ (Previous Year)
Exhibit Floorplan:Click Here
Show Owner:U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)
Show Manager:eventPower
Exhibitor Prospectus:Click Here
Sponsorship: Yes
Sponsorship Details: The Summit attracts the "who's who" in energy technology innovation - from top researchers and technologists to investors, influential policymakers, and other key industry decision makers. Summit partners can generate significant brand exposure through exhibit and sponsorship opportunities.

Many corporate partners participate in the Summit's Corporate Acceleration Program, which provides the opportunity to meet privately with highly vetted innovators and early-stage companies to discuss potential areas for collaboration.

http://www.arpae-summit.com/Partners/Partner-Prospectus

Booth Size Booth Cost   Available Amenities
Exhibiting & Sponsorship Opportunities Available Please Contact Laurie Powell for Additional Information   Electricity: Yes - Unknown Price
  Water: n/a
  Generator: n/a
  Marketing Vehicles Allowed: Call
Other Booth Sizes Available: Yes

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Past Exhibitors:

ITN Energy Systems, Inc.

Smart Wires Inc.

Sustainable Energy Solutions, LLC

Accio Energy, Inc.

Achates Power

Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.

Aeris Technologies, Inc.

Aerodyne Research, Inc

Air Squared

Alcoa, Inc.

Allylix

Alveo Energy

AMSC

Applied Materials

Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA)

Argonne National Laboratory

Arizona State University

Bigwood Systems, Inc.

BlackPak, Inc.

Boston University / New Grid, Inc.

Brayton Energy

Bridger Photonics, Inc.

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Brown University - Leading Edge Hydro

Cadenza Innovation, LLC

California Institute of Technology

Caltech Materials and Process

 Simulation Center

Case Western Reserve University

Ceramatec Inc

Clemson University

Colorado School of Mines

Colorado State University

Columbia University

Columbia University, MIT, IBM, IQE

Cornell University

Cree, Inc.

Dioxide Materials

DNV GL

Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

Duke University and RTI International

Eaton

EcoCatalytic Technologies

Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.

 (EPRI)

Electron Energy Corporation

Energy Research Company

Energy to Power Solutions

ESS Inc.

Ford Motor Company

FuelCell Energy

Gas Technology Institute (GTI)

General Electric

Georgia Institute of Technology

Glint Photonics, Inc.

GreenLight Biosciences

Grid Logic, Inc.

Harvard University

Helion Energy

HexaTech, Inc.

HRL Laboratories, LLC

iBeam Materials

IBM

INFINIUM, Inc.

Integral Consulting

ITC

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Kohana Technologies Inc.

Kyma Technologies

LanzaTech, Inc.

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

LI-COR Biosciences

Los Alamos National Laboratory &

 HyperV Technologies Corp.

Magneto-Inertial Fusion

 Technologies, Inc.

MAHLE Powertrain

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Materials & Electrochemical Research

 (MER) Corporation

Materials & Systems Research, Inc. (MSRI)

Metis Design Corporation

Michigan State University

MicroLink Devices

MOgene Green Chemicals

Mohawk Innovative Technology, Inc.

Monolith Semiconductor Inc.

NanoConversion Technologies, Inc.

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

National Renewable Energy Lab - CSM

 STEALS

North Carolina State University

Northrop Grumman

NumerEx, LLC

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Onboard Dynamics, Inc.

Oregon State University

Otherlab

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Panasonic Boston Laboratory

PARC, a Xerox Company

Penn State University

Physical Sciences Inc.

Plant Sensory Systems

PolyPlus Battery Company

Princeton University

Purdue University and IBM

Rebellion Photonics

Redox Power Systems, LLC

REL, Inc.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Robert Bosch LLC

RTI International

SAFCell

Saint-Gobain Ceramics & Plastics

Sandia National Laboratories

Semprius, Inc.

Sencera Energy, Inc.

Sharp Laboratories of America

SixPoint Materials

Solid Power, Inc.

Spectrum

SRI International

Stanford University

Stony Brook University

Sunfolding, an Otherlab Company

Sunpower, Inc.

Sustainable Energy and Energy

 Efficiency Laboratory, Temple University

Swarthmore College

Syracuse University

TDA Research Inc.

Texas A&M University

Texas Agrilife: Texas A&M University

The University of Tulsa

Thorlabs

Titanium Metals Corp.

Tour Engine, Inc.

Tulane University

UHV Technologies, Inc.

United Technologies Research Center

University of California, Berkeley,

 Center for the Built Environment

University of California, Berkeley,

 CIEE & Power Standards Lab

University of California, Davis

University of California, Irvine

University of California, Los Angeles

University of California, Los Angeles -

 Chemical and Biomolecular

 Engineering Department

University of California, San Diego

University of California, Santa Barbara

University of Cincinnati

University of Colorado, Boulder

University of Delaware

University of Florida

University of Illinois at

 Urbana-Champaign

University of Maryland

University of Maryland, CEEE

University of Maryland Energy

 Research Center

University of Maryland, National

 Transportation Center

University of Michigan

University of Minnesota

University of Pittsburgh and

 GE Global Research

University of Rochester

University of South Carolina

University of Southern California

University of Tennessee

University of Texas at Austin, McKetta

 Department of Chemical Engineering

University of Utah

University of Utah, Department of

 Metallurgical Engineering

University of Washington

University of Washington / Lawrence

 Livermore National Lab

University of Wisconsin-Madison and

 Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Utah State University

Valparaiso University

Varentec, Inc.

Volute, an Otherlab Company

West Virginia University

Wisconsin Engine Research Consultants

Wyss Institute at Harvard

Yale University

76WEST

Adsorbed Natural Gas Products, Inc.

Applied Materials, Inc.

Argonne National Laboratory

Aspen Compressor, LLC

BASF

Carnegie Mellon University Scott

 Institute for Energy Innovation

Concurrent Technologies Corporation

Cyclotron Road

Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Exponent

Indow

Ingevity Corporation

Innovation Incubator - IN2

IT Aire

Kleinman Center for Energy Policy and

 Penn Center for Innovation

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

LM3D Swim by Local Motors

Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

Motion Battery

MTPV Power Corporation

New Energy and Industrial Technology

 Development Organization (NEDO)

NineSigma

Oregon BEST

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Princeton University

Robert Bosch LLC

RUTE Foundation Systems, Inc.

Sandia National Laboratories

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Southern Research

SyracuseCoE

Texas A&M AgriLife Research

The Pew Charitable Trusts

United Technologies Research Center

University of Louisville Conn Center for

 Renewable Energy Research

University of Michigan Battery Lab

Virginia Tech

West Virginia University Energy Institute

WexEnergy

XPRIZE

Arizona State University, Center for

 Negative Carbon Emissions

Center for Carbon Removal

Current Motor Company

DropWise Technologies Corp

eWind Solutions Inc.

FlexGen Power Systems

ITN Energy Systems, Inc.

Keewi Inc.

Siemens Corporation, Corporate

Technology

Smart Wires Inc.

Spectrum

Sustainable Energy Solutions, LLC

ThermoLift

U.S. Department of Defense Agencies

Air Force Energy Office (SAF/IEN)

Army Research Development and

Engineering Command

Environmental Security Technology

 Certification Program (ESTCP)

Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy

 Office (E2O)

Naval Energy (OPNAV N45)

Navy Military Sealift Command

 Operational Logistics (OPLOG)

 Energy Conservation (ENCON)

Office of Naval Research (ONR)

Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary

 of the Navy (ODASN), Energy

U.S. Department of Energy Agencies

Advanced Research Projects

 Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)

Office of Electricity Delivery and

 Energy Reliability (OE)

Office of Energy Efficiency and

 Renewable Energy (EERE)

Office of Fossil Energy (FE)

Office of Nuclear Energy (NE)

Office of Science (SC)

Other U.S. Federal Agencies

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

National Aeronautics and Space

 Administration (NASA)

Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

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