Big news for the CleanTech Alliance!
Michael P. Wolcott is Regents Professor and Vice President for Research, as well as the Director of the Office of Clean Technology at Washington State University.
This award recognizes the small business that has achieved significant increased international sales through existing and/or new international markets.
The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission opened a rulemaking to revise its rules related to the Energy Independence Act, required by Washington’s 2019 energy legislation, and invites public comment.
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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 333-member organizations are located in eighteen U.S. states, Canadian provinces, and the District of Columbia. 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.