Lara Koole
Bas van den Brande
Carolina Echecopar
Jacqueline van den Ende
Tobias Grinwis
Berend Braam

Clear. & Carbon Equity - Let’s Talk Energy!

Join us at our upcoming event - tickets are limited!
November 20, 2023
16:00 - 19:00
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Attending
Lara Koole
Co-Founder & CIO
Bas van den Brande
Chief of Staff
Carolina Echecopar
Investment Analyst

Let’s Talk Energy!

You are invited for the first exclusive event co-hosted by Carbon Equity and Clear. on Monday, November 20, from 16:00 to 19:00 at the Volkshotel in Amsterdam. The evening will start with presentations by Clear. and Carbon Equity, followed by the Let’s Talk Energy! Panel and informal drinks.

For the panel we're joined by the following industry leaders to discuss hot topics in the energy transition:

  • Michael Boot (Co-Founder Vertoro)
  • Juriaan Kellermann (CEO Fokker Next Gen)
  • Jan Willem van der Lee (Managing Director Doral)
  • Eveline Speelman (Partner SYSTEMIQ)

During the drinks you can meet our both teams and get to know like-minded people, such as entrepreneurs, (angel) investors and senior experts within the field of energy transition.

Would you like to attend this event? Register now using the form at the bottom of this page.

About Clear.

The one stop financial advisory boutique - assisting clean tech scale-up companies raising growth capital and providing financing solutions for renewable projects.

About Carbon Equity

The investment platform that provides unique access to private equity and venture capital funds. These funds are selected based on climate impact and an attractive financial return.

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