Uniting Leading Energy Events Into a Remarkable Single Portfolio
NEEDHAM, MA--(Marketwired - June 12, 2015) - Cambridge Innovation Institute announces today the formation of its newest division, Cambridge EnerTech (CET), which will serve as the energy entity of the organization. CET is the premier conference and exposition provider for the energy storage industry and was established by uniting five leading energy events into a remarkable single portfolio where thought leaders address novel technology as well as leading issues confronting the industry within the purview of multiple applications.
Cambridge Innovation Institute President, Phillips Kuhl says, "For more than two decades, we have been a leading organizer of high quality conferences across biomedical research, but with a number of recent acquisitions over the past year including the Knowledge Foundation, International Battery Seminar and most recently the Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences, the creation of Cambridge EnerTech just made sense. Cambridge EnerTech will offer the highest quality opportunities for researchers, engineers and managers from all of the different organizations and facilitate advances in rechargeables."
The founders of the Knowledge Foundation, International Battery Seminar and Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences, Craig Wohlers, Dr. Shep Wolsky, and Dr. Menahem Anderman, respectively, all have remained involved in developing their conference portfolios at Cambridge EnerTech.
"The addition of Cambridge EnterTech offers the Cambridge Innovation Institute diversity and advancement potential," says Jim MacNeil, VP of Marketing. "We are looking forward to the growth potential this new organization can provide with the most comprehensive portfolio of conferences for the field of rechargeables."
A full listing of Cambridge EnerTech event offerings can be found online at http://www.CambridgeEnertech.com
About Cambridge EnerTech (http://www.CambridgeEnertech.com)
Cambridge EnerTech (CET) is the premier conference and exposition provider for the energy storage industry. CET was established by uniting five leading energy events into a remarkable single portfolio where thought leaders address novel technology as well as leading issues confronting the industry across multiple applications. Energy-storage technology is the key to commercial success for many existing and burgeoning industries and CET was established to provide a superior networking and educational experience for these growth industries.
About Cambridge Innovation Institute (http://www.CambridgeInnovationInstitute.com)
A vision since 1992: Cambridge Innovation Institute (CII) delivers cutting edge information through events, publishing, and training to leading commercial, academic, government and research institutes across the life science and energy industries. Cambridge Innovation Institute consists of two business areas; our coverage of advances in life sciences under the well-established Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI) brand, and coverage of rechargeable batteries under the newly established Cambridge EnerTech (CET) brand. We focus on high technology fields where research and development are essential for the advancement of innovation.
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