Internet Securities® held its Fall 2012 Technology Showcase on December 12, 2012 in Oakland, CA. Some of America’s finest startup companies associated with Alternative Energy and Water presented their business plans to an audience of accredited angel investors, venture capitalists, strategic corporate investors, and industry analysts. The evening also included an in-depth panel discussion of mergers and acquisition activities with the Alternative Energy and Water industry sectors.
HEVT – Heidi Lubin, CEO
HEVT (Hybrid Electric Vehicle Technologies, www.hevt.com) has developed a game-changing alternative to induction and permanent magnet motors. HEVT’s switched reluctance motor technologies are poised to empower the next generation of electric motors, making performance leaps with unmatched reliability and reduced cost volatility due to the use of zero rare earth minerals.
Ms. Heidi Lubin has 10 years experience in early stage ventures and with mature automotive and energy organizations. Heidi holds a JD/MBA from Northwestern/Kellogg and a BA from the University of Michigan.
Xatori – Forrest North, CEO
Xatori is a technology company focused on building innovative software for connected cars. This firm offers a number of innovative solutions for drivers, manufacturers and service providers. The members of Xatori have built solar cars that race across continents, electric motorcycles that go 160mph, and mobile apps that are used by millions of people.
Mr. North holds a B.A. from Stanford University. His interest areas are alternative energy, electric transportation, green building, recycling and social justice.
Overview of U.S. – China Green Energy Council – Dr. James Caldwell
Dr. James Caldwell, Ph.D., is head of the UCGEC Green Building, Smart Eco-city Task Force — which coordinates closely with the Smart Grid and other Task Forces. Dr. Caldwell specializes in building green energy alliances and system integration for smart
cities and communities in the U.S. and China.
Dr. Caldwell learned Chinese at Yale University, did graduate work at Columbia and Harvard Universities and earned his Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Austin.