Vancouver Showcasing Next Generation of Energy Disruption


VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(May 21, 2015) – The Spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship will be celebrated within a special feature at the upcoming Canadian Investor Conference, produced by Cambridge House International.

Twenty, young, forward thinking clean tech companies will be presenting and exhibiting as part of the conference on May 31 and June 1 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The “PowerHaus Pavilion”, is an initiative of Green Angel Energy, Deloitte the Vancouver Economic Commission, and Simon Fraser University.

“We’re delighted to be participating with Cambridge House to showcase some 20 exciting young private companies in the PowerHaus Pavilion. These companies will be on stage pitching investors and displaying their products in the trade show. It’s a great opportunity for investors to get in on the ground floor.” Mike Volker, Founder of Green Angel Energy.

“Clean Tech is presently at a tipping point. Firms are investing fortunes in technologies that will ease the production and storage of renewables. There has never been such a bold challenge to the conventional energy space. So we are ecstatic to have the PowerHaus Pavilion at our show. This is the future.” Jay Martin, President of Cambridge House International Inc.

Conference attendees can expect to see exhibits and presentations by companies spanning all facets of the technology sectors – from smart drones and 3D printers to renewable energy production and storage. Moving down the supply chain, attendees will see the exploration and development companies that are searching for and producing the metals and resources needed to bring these technology dreams to reality.

Workshops and panel presentations will be held by some of North America’s most prominent investment tycoon’s, explaining all topics from evaluating and picking companies to invest in to forecasting the trends that will affect and build our future worlds.

Attendees looking for a discount on entrance can pre-register at to receive a complimentary ticket. Day-of registrations will be charged a $20 fee.


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