Pajarito Powder to Present at CleanEquity® Monaco the 10th Anniversary Event

January 20, 2017

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Pajarito Powder to Present at CleanEquity® Monaco the 10th Anniversary Event

January 20th, 2017 • Posted by PPC • Permalink

Pajarito Powder is pleased to have been chosen to present at the prestigious upcoming CleanEquity® Monaco the 10th Anniversary event on March 9th and 10th of this year.

Details, per Innovator Capital’s December 15, 2016 press release:

LONDON, Dec. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — CleanEquity® Monaco will showcase a new line up of best in class, sustainable and clean technology companies. Each will have the opportunity to present to financial and strategic investors, partners & acquirers, policy makers, end users and media on 9th & 10th March.

Innovator Capital’s CleanEquity unit will source over 600 companies and select 30 for the 2017 event.

For the full content of the release:—companies–collaborations-606798436.html

Pajarito Powder’s evolution as a disruptive technology within the fuel cell support community has gained the company recognition and support in a highly dynamic international arena, and positions their fuel cell innovations as key contributing components in the effort to grow electric vehicles based upon fuel cells.

Thomas J. Stephenson, CEO & Chairman shared his thoughts. “We are pleased that our technology continues to be recognized as highly innovative as well as disruptive. The auto industry recognizes fuel -cell electric vehicles as the long-term replacement for the internal combustion engine, and our Engineered Carbon Supports are a key component in aiding the industry to achieve that goal. We are looking forward to participating in CleanEquity® Monaco the 10th Anniversary event.”

For more information on the event, visit the CleanEquity® Monaco the 10th Anniversary event website:

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Pajarito Powder benefits from resources provided by the State of New Mexico Economic Development Department:  JTIP, STEP and other programs through the Office of Science and Technology.