The Colorado Clean Energy Cluster (CCEC), central to the creation of the International Cleantech Network (ICN), will host members of the international organization with the help of partners from Copenhagen, who co-founded the international cluster with the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster. The recognition will occur as part of Innovation After Hours, 4-6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 3, at the Rocky Mountain Innosphere, 320 E. Vine Drive, Fort Collins, Colo., 80524.
In 2009, Colorado State University, the city of Fort Collins and the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster collaborated to join with partners at the Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster to create the International Cleantech Network.
This week, Colorado will host the International Cleantech Network’s bi-annual managers meeting and welcome new members to the international organization. In addition to the Copenhagen and Colorado clusters, groups in Oslo, Norway, Bilbao, Spain and Research Triangle Park in North Carolina have joined the group and will attend the meeting.
“We’re creating work plans and forming areas that will lay the blueprint for our collaboration in the coming year,” said Judy Dorsey, director of the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster and president of Brendle Group. “ICN provides global access for our Colorado companies to enter and grow markets worldwide.”
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