Green Tech Investing with Andrew Beebe: Sustainability Innovation Series

  • 11 Apr 2024
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Neon Coworking Space, 1974 Union Street, San Francisco


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The Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship and thDartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley are providing an exclusive in-person opportunity to join like-minded entrepreneurial alumni for an interactive conversation with a notable alum in the San Francisco area.

Discover the future of climate tech by joining us for an exclusive event featuring Andrew Beebe, D’93, the Managing Director of Obvious Ventures and a distinguished authority in the climate tech domain. Gain valuable insights into the most promising startups, groundbreaking technologies, and emerging trends that are shaping the landscape of sustainability. This event is a must-attend for anyone interested in the future of climate tech and clean energy, including investors, entrepreneurs, technologists, and enthusiasts alike.

Meet Andrew Beebe, D'93.

Andrew helps build companies with category-creating entrepreneurs that are decarbonizing the global economy, electrifying all modes of transportation, and upgrading urban environments.

He leads Obvious’ investments that scale renewable energy adoption with Mosaic, Sighten (acquired), Inspire (acquired), and Enbala (acquired); positively transform and electrify transportation with Proterra (IPO), Lilium (IPO), LightshipRV, Forum Mobility, and Amply (acquired); elevate cities with Plant Prefab, RenoRun, and Canvas; and help companies decarbonize with SINAI Technologies.

Before joining Obvious, Andrew led Distributed Generation for Nextera Energy, the largest clean energy developer in the United States. Previously he was at Suntech, which became the largest solar company in the world under his tenure as Chief Commercial Officer. Andrew joined Suntech after the company acquired Energy Innovations, a major solar developer that he founded in 2003. Before his clean tech career, Andrew spent a decade building “Web 1.0” companies like, an e-commerce platform designed to serve the needs of small businesses entering the Internet age. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College. Andrew also supports purpose-driven founders via organizations like The Elemental Excelerator, NREL, and Women Who Tech.

Andrew was born in New York City and spent his formative years on an avocado ranch in Ojai, California. He is a woodworker in his spare time, building wooden boats and furniture.

Moderating the conversation is Kate Roski D'82. Kate is the founder and CEO of the Zenovation Group, a serial entrepreneur, and former Executive Director of Botanic Gardens Conservation International. She advises early-stage growth companies in the Greentech space.

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