Ambri Company Trek – November 21, 2013

Ambri

One of the great obstacles to widespread adoption of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar is being tackled by a company right here in the Boston area. Ambri, Inc. has developed a liquid battery technology that addresses the variability inherent to wind or solar power generation. As we head into the future of sustainable energy, Ambri’s flexible, low cost liquid battery is well positioned to play a pivotal role. We’ll be heading to Ambri’s offices on November 21st to learn more about the company, their views on the sustainable energy market, and to discuss what projects are in the works, as well as take advantage of valuable networking opportunities with employees. Please click here for more information about Ambri, and email Dhruv Varma (dvarma1@babson.edu) for more information about the trek, as space is limited.

General Electric Company Trek- November 8, 2013

GE

When Fortune magazine printed its inaugural list of the largest 500 Global companies in 1955, General Electric shared a spot in the top five with General Motors, Exxon Mobil, U.S. Steel, and Esmark. Over fifty years later in 2012, only Exxon Mobil remained alongside GE at the top. Join us on a trek to visit a company that has mastered innovation, versatility, portfolio diversity, and management expertise like no other. Come with us on our visit to GE’s offices on November 8th to learn more about the company and discuss where they are headed in the 21st century. Please email Dhruv Varma (dvarma1@babson.edu) for more information, as space is limited.

Fraunhofer CSE Company Trek – October 24, 2013

Fraunhofer

We’ll be heading to Fraunhofer’s offices to learn more about the company, the projects they are working on, and networking opportunities with employees. Born out of the Fraunhofer Society for the Advancement of Applied Research, the Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems in Cambridge, MA is an applied research and development lab on a mission to fuse sustainable financial returns with clean technologies. Fraunhofer CSE’s main areas of focus are in Photovoltaic Modules, Building Energy Efficiency, Smart Grids, and Technology Commercialization. For more information on Fraunhofer CSE, please click here, and we hope to see you on October 24th. Please email Dhruv Varma (dvarma1@babson.edu) for more information, as space is limited.

BEEC Conference – April 5, 2013

Visit the page below for our prior conference:

April 5, 2013 – Babson Energy & Environmental Club Conference