Watch what’s happening online today in TC:Climate sessions – TechCrunch


Welcome to the TC Sessions Online Day: Climate! Opportunity hits as hard online as it does in IRL, but that hit can be heard around the world. You’ll find everything happening today in the event schedule, but here’s a quick rundown of what’s to come.

Success Protocol: If you attended the live show at Berkeley, your pass includes access to our online day. Need a ticket? Purchase a $45 online pass here.

The Grid Needs Willpower – with Secretary Jennifer Granholm

Moving away from fossil fuels and reducing emissions requires political will. U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm will discuss her efforts to boost renewable energy despite an increasingly blocked political landscape, and how your startup can access capital from the Department of Energy.

TechCrunch Mobility Desk Analysis: Find out what happened live on June 14 at TC Climate. Tune in as TechCrunch editors deliver new analysis and watch excerpts from in-person interviews and presentations.

TechCrunch Climate Presentation

Join us to see three companies pitch at TC Sessions: Climate. Hailing from the United States and around the world, the Founders will pitch for 4 minutes, followed by an intense Q&A session with our panel of experts. Founders – watch and learn key tips you can incorporate into your own presentations.

Kick-off pitch feedback sessions:

Watch early-stage climate startups – exhibitors at our live event – ​​pitch to TechCrunch’s Jeff Taylor. We recorded the pitch sessions live for you to have a chance to check them out. They received invaluable feedback on ways they can improve. Log in and take notes – the tone you improve could be yours. Here is the program for the afternoon.

Boot pitch 1 feedback session:

Boot pitch 2 feedback session:

Opportunity strikes today, June 16, online at TC Sessions: Climate. Don’t have a ticket? It’s an easy fix – buy a pass for $45 and get ready to connect with the global climate community!

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