February 13, 2017

MassCEC to Host Cleanweb Tech Night

Tom Reid, Senior Manager of Business Development

We are looking forward to seeing everyone on Thursday, November 19, at our first ever Boston Cleanweb Tech Night. This event is part of our ongoing Cleanweb Meetup Series that started following this year’s Cleanweb Hackathon back in April. One main objective of MassCEC’s Cleanweb programming has been to bring the cleantech and tech/IT communities together and increase the visibility of cleanweb companies and opportunities in Boston and across the Commonwealth. (See below if you are unfamiliar with the term “cleanweb”).

The Cleanweb Tech Night will feature a panel discussion and Q&A session followed by time for networking. The aim is to bring together developers, programmers, data analysts and computer science professionals from the tech sector to learn about cleantech from energy and resource experts working in cleanweb. The panelists bring a wide range of energy/resource backgrounds including energy production, grid-modernization, energy efficiency and water. Panelists will share their experience in the industry and discuss technologies and projects they are currently working on.


  • Martin Flusberg (Powerhouse Dynamics)
  • Jamie Lefkowitz (OptiRTC)
  • Chris Davis (Cimcon Lighting Inc.)


  • Thomas Burton (Mintz Levin)

When: Thursday, November 19, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)

Where: Massachusetts Clean Energy Center - 63 Franklin Street Boston, MA 02110

For more information and to register, click here

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Cleanweb is a category of cleantech that intersects with and leverages the capability of big data, the internet, social media and mobile technologies to address energy and natural resource consumption and environmental challenges. Cleanweb goes beyond the typical images associated with clean technology and power generation – PV panels or wind turbines – to include the broad range and huge potential of all types of digital media and information technology.