2015 Growth Energy Leadership Conference

As co-founder, president, and CEO of Clean Energy Capital, LLC, Scott Brittenham has raised and advised more than $140 million in investments in the biofuels and renewable chemicals industry. A member of professional organization Growth Energy, Scott Brittenham was invited to attend the Growth Energy Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C., in 2013. As one of a select group chosen to discuss United States energy independence at the White House, he met with various senators, congressmen, and other administrative officials.

Growth Energy, a group that represents producers and supporters of ethanol, hosted its 4th Annual Growth Energy Advisory Conference this past February. To promote its mission of raising awareness and understanding of issues involving ethanol, Growth Energy organizes this yearly leadership conference that gathers industry leaders and experts to share important insights. The 2015 conference, held in Phoenix, Arizona, featured speakers from various professions in the ethanol field, including Tim Portz, the executive editor of Biomass Magazine, and NBC Sports Group reporter Krista Voda.

In addition to listening to speakers and enjoying networking with fellow industry professionals, attendees participated in a golf tournament, visited the Phoenix Art Museum, and enjoyed a horseback ride through the Sonoran Desert.


Growth Energy’s 2015 Executive Leadership Conference in Arizona

An accomplished investment professional, Scott Brittenham currently serves as the president, CEO, and cofounder of Clean Energy Capital, LLC, an Arizona-based biofuels and renewable chemicals investment company. Committed to staying abreast of changes within the field, Scott Brittenham belongs to several professional organizations, including Growth Energy.

Growth Energy is a national organization dedicated to raising awareness of ethanol while improving the view that much of society has on the product. To this end, the organization maintains several groups and hosts various events to improve overall economic well-being and improve the environment.

Recently, Growth Energy held its sixth annual Executive Leadership Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. The conference is an exclusive event open to members of the organization, and it features a large array of speakers representing various professions within the field. Lasting for five days, the Executive Leadership Conference serves as a place where experts and leaders in the industry can meet to discuss new challenges facing ethanol. This year’s focus was on defending the Renewable Fuel Standard and finding new advances within automobile manufacturing and technology.