CleanTech Day in Olympia offers CleanTech Alliance members an exclusive opportunity to engage and educate Washington State policymakers on the impact of clean technology research, innovation and jobs.
Gov. Jay Inslee was joined today by Democratic legislators and climate action supporters to unveil a plan that would launch a dramatic reduction of Washington state’s greenhouse gas emissions over the next 15 years.
Snohomish County Public Utility District GM/CEO John Haarlow announced the hiring of two Assistant General Managers . Guy Payne was named Assistant General Manager of Distribution & Engineering Services (D&ES) and Jessica Matlock was named Assistant General Manager of Customer & Energy Services and External Affairs.
Meet new CleanTech Alliance Board Member Leah Guzowski of Idaho National Laboratory
Keep up with the latest in Northwest cleantech news.
The CleanTech Alliance drives clean technology innovation and job growth to advance our economy. We were started in Seattle in 2007. Today, we are focused on issues that impact our members globally.
Our 300-member organizations are located in ten U.S. states and three Canadian provinces. They represent many different industries, business models, technologies and services all working to create products and services that are better, faster, cheaper, cleaner, and safer. This diversity creates valuable connections that make a difference for our members, our economy and our planet through policy advocacy, commercialization programs, business services and signature events that educate, enlighten and enhance profitability.
If you want to enjoy a collaborative culture that provides fuel for sustainable businesses in every industry, the CleanTech Alliance is where you need to be.