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July 12, 2019
CleanTech Showcase 2019 Recap
The CleanTech Innovation Showcase brought the industry together to discuss the latest cleantech innovations, ideas and initiatives On June 24th. The event was truly is a who’s who of the Northwest region’s cleantech industry. Click on the events below for in-depth recap of the proceedings. Day 1 8:00    Welcome, Opening Remarks and Keynote Keynote: Eric […]

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June 20, 2019
CleanTech Innovation Showcase
The 6th Annual CleanTech Innovation Showcase will bring the industry together to discuss the latest cleantech innovations, ideas and initiatives on June 24. The CleanTech Innovation Showcase attracts cleantech industry leaders from across the U.S., Canada and beyond to see technology innovations and featured presentations from industry notables. The event truly is a who’s who of the Northwest region’s cleantech industry. No other event gives you unprecedented access to industry leaders, decision makers, researchers, investors, policymakers, foreign business leaders, and the media!

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Member News

July 11, 2019
Impact Bionenergy Named to 5 Top Waste Management Startups Out Of 327 In Smart Cities
Source: Start Us Insights Waste-to-energy or energy-from-waste is an alternative energy source that can replace fossil fuels and recover energy from waste that otherwise ends up on landfills. Incineration, gasification, thermal depolymerization, pyrolysis, plasma gasification process, anaerobic digestion, fermentation, and other new technologies produce energy from waste. Seattle-based Impact Bioenergy offers bioenergy systems that convert organic waste […]

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July 11, 2019
Making food go further through waste reduction and innovation: King County Washington Food Waste Report
Source: KingCountygreen.com, June 25 Americans waste about 25 percent of all food and drinks we buy, to the tune of $130 every single month. It’s a growing problem with significant financial and environmental impacts. In 2017, 175,470 tons of commercially collected food waste from businesses and residents entered King County’s Cedar Hills Regional Landfill. When we […]

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July 9, 2019
SnoPUD’s Planet Power to Fund Five Local Solar Projects
Source: SnoPUD.com, July 9 2019 Everett, WA – Snohomish County PUD’s Planet Power program recently awarded five local organizations funds for the construction of solar energy projects. Planet Power has focused on supporting organizations that provide community services and/or renewable energy education. The program was funded through voluntary contributions from PUD customers. In this final […]

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Public Policy

July 11, 2019
Making food go further through waste reduction and innovation: King County Washington Food Waste Report
Source: KingCountygreen.com, June 25 Americans waste about 25 percent of all food and drinks we buy, to the tune of $130 every single month. It’s a growing problem with significant financial and environmental impacts. In 2017, 175,470 tons of commercially collected food waste from businesses and residents entered King County’s Cedar Hills Regional Landfill. When we […]

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July 9, 2019
SnoPUD’s Planet Power to Fund Five Local Solar Projects
Source: SnoPUD.com, July 9 2019 Everett, WA – Snohomish County PUD’s Planet Power program recently awarded five local organizations funds for the construction of solar energy projects. Planet Power has focused on supporting organizations that provide community services and/or renewable energy education. The program was funded through voluntary contributions from PUD customers. In this final […]

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July 3, 2019
Idaho workgroup starts efforts on salmon, steelhead recovery
Source: Keith Ridler, Idaho Statesman, June 28 Idaho Gov. Brad Little told a salmon and steelhead recovery group Friday it should focus on achievable goals that can bolster the state’s struggling fish populations. Little also told the nearly two dozen environmentalists, ranchers, recreationists, power company and state officials at their first meeting that it will […]

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July 3, 2019
Volkswagen settlement funds to pay for WA’s newest electric buses
Source: Hannah Weingberger, Crosscut, June 18 Since the U.S. federal government issued a notice of violation to Volkswagen in September 2015, the German automaker has been forced to pay out more than $30.4 billion to settle claims that it intentionally deceived regulators gauging emissions in its diesel vehicles. Of that, VW set aside nearly $3 billion for states to reduce diesel […]

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Opportunities

July 9, 2019
Job Opportunity: Director of Finance and Operations
SEI US is hiring a Director of Finance and Operations to support its mission and its dedicated group of professionals committed to effective energy, water and climate policy. Location: Somerville, MA (preferred), Davis, CA (potential) or Seattle, WA (potential)Contract: 40 hours per weekDeadline: Ideally, no later than 5 August, 2019 or until position is filled SEI […]

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July 2, 2019
US Department of Energy Funding Opportunities and Awards
— Nuclear Energy: DOE invested nearly $50 million at national laboratories and universities to advance nuclear technology. The funding was awarded to 58 projects to fund nuclear energy research, facility access, crosscutting technology development and infrastructure. — Commercialization:  DOE announced over $24 million in funding for 77 projects supported by the Office of Technology Transitions (OTT) […]

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