MTPV Selected to Present at 5th Annual Clean Technology Conference & Expo

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Waste Heat to Electric Semiconductor Chip Solutions to be Showcased During Preeminent 5th Annual Technology Forum in Boston Massachusetts June 13-16, 2011

Following a selective application process, MTPV, LLC ( has been selected to present their breakthrough technology for converting heat to electricity using semiconductor chips at the 5th Annual Clean Technology Conference & Expo. MTPV will join over 60 other companies and technology innovators from across the nation and around the world as they present at the venture forum. The event, presented by TechConnect World 2011, which is expected to have global participation from 4,000 attendees from over 50 countries, will take place June 13-16, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

MTPV, LLC creates semiconductor chips that covert heat directly into electricity. Much like a solar panel will convert sunlight into electricity, MTPV chips are able to convert any source of heat into electricity with breakthrough efficiency and power. In addition to presenting, MTPV will also be exhibiting at the event and can be found in booth number 516 during the expo.

“To be selected to present is quite an honor for the MTPV team,” said David Mather, President and COO of MTPV. “We look forward to being able to share our technology with the broader investment and clean technology community.”

TechConnect World’s mission is matching innovative solutions to real world technology challenges with focuses on Clean Technologies, Nanotechnologies, and Biotechnologies. TechConnect World will bring together over 5,000 business and technical professionals including leading researchers, buyers, entrepreneurs, corporate business developers, investors, service providers, commercialization/tech transfer officers, industry analysts, and members of the media.

“We are pleased to see the continued external support for MTPV’s solution and the potential impact they will have in the clean energy market,” said Arif Padaria, Managing Director of Investments at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, a MTPV investor. “MTPV was also named 'Best Venture' at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) 23rd Industry Growth Forum in October and received the 'Best Venture' award at the WBT Innovation Technology Forum after evaluation from more than 450 venture capitalists and Fortune 1000 licensees.”

MTPV is a clean energy semiconductor chip company using its breakthrough technology to harness the world’s waste heat and convert it to electricity. For more information, visit


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