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Bringing Energy into the 21st Century: Technology will Lead the Way
7 April 2005
George E. Pake Auditorium
There are significant issues facing the global energy markets that are creating a growing demand for advanced technology solutions. Whether it is available supply at a reasonable cost, the need for cleaner sources of supply, or the need for a more reliable supply chain, an important component of the global solution will come from advanced technologies that are entering the commercial arena today. This expanding market for energy technology is attracting venture capital, and firms like Nth Power are pioneering this new field of venture investing.
Tim Woodward joined Nth Power in 1998 as a Managing Director.
Mr. Woodward was the lead partner on 11 investments during that time period. He has led investments in companies involved in renewable energy, demand side management, advanced metering and outsourced utility customer management. Mr. Woodward currently serves on the boards of AllConnect, Comverge, H2Gen and Evergreen Solar (Nasdaq: ESLR).
Prior to joining Nth Power, Mr. Woodward spent eight years managing venture capital investments for Liberty Environmental Partners, which focused on energy, industrial and environmental technologies. During that time, he served as full-time Chairman of Monitoring Technology Corporation, a company that provides on-line condition monitoring of power and industrial equipment.
Prior to entering the venture capital business, Mr. Woodward was involved in the launch of First Source, a company providing industrial solvent recycling services. He also spent more than six years in international marketing for an industrial filtration equipment manufacturer.
Mr. Woodward received his MBA with honors from UCLA where he focused on entrepreneurial studies and strategic planning. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in resource economics from UC Berkeley.
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