February 24, 2020
Clean Tech Alliance 2020 Legislative Session Weekly Report February 21, 2020
Source: Brad Boswell, Boswell Consulting, Feb 24, 20 Week Six We are now six weeks into the 2020 short legislative session. Wednesday of this week marked a significant cutoff; bills had to pass out of their house of origin—either the House of Representatives or the Senate—via a chamber-wide vote to continue making their way toward […]

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February 20, 2020
The CleanTech Alliance Supports the Low Carbon Fuel Standard Bill
Source: Jon Okun & Lindsay McCormick, CleanTech Alliance, Feb 20, 2020 On January 16, 2020, the CleanTech Alliance Executive Committee voted to support the low carbon fuel standard bill, Washington HB 1110, subject to review of the final language.  The Alliance believes that the Low Carbon Fuel Standard issue is one of great import to the State of […]

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February 20, 2020
Clean Energy Fund: Fueling Partnerships for Renewable Energy Innovation
The Clean Energy Fund (CEF) funds the development, demonstration and deployment of clean energy technology in Washington State. Since its launch in 2013, Governor Jay Inslee and the Washington State Legislature have championed the fund – appropriating more than $150 million to fund innovative cleantech projects across the Evergreen State. These investments have resulted in the reduction of carbon emissions, implementation of proven energy efficiencies, and the advancement of Washington State as a leader in cleantech innovation and adoption.

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February 20, 2020
Clean Tech Alliance 2020 Legislative Session Weekly Report February 15, 2020
Source: Boswell Consulting, Feb 15, 2020 Week Five We are now 5 weeks into the 2020 legislative session and have officially passed the halfway mark. Only 27 days remain for bills to complete the necessary steps to become law. Tuesday of this week marked the second cutoff, in which bills with a budget impact greater […]

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February 19, 2020
The CleanTech Alliance Delegation at Globe 2020
The CleanTech Alliance brought a 20-person delegation to GLOBE 2020 in Vancouver, BC this week. The delegation spent three days at North America’s longest-running sustainable business summit and innovation expo making connections and building partnerships.

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February 18, 2020
Recap: Changing Trends in Energy Storage
Source: Lindsay McCormick, CleanTech Alliance, Feb 18, 2020 Dr. Jud Virden the Associate Laboratory Director for the Energy and Environment Directorate gave a presentation on his work at PNNL for the February 2020 CleanTech Alliance Breakfast Series, sponsored by Perkins Coie. “The secret sauce is putting all the pieces together that don’t normally come together. […]

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February 7, 2020
Clean technology is about more than just wind and solar
Source: Heraldnet, Janice Podsada Feb 4 2020 What is clean technology? Until 10 or 15 years ago, clean tech referred almost exclusively to ventures focused on the design and manufacture of renewable energy sources — such as wind and solar and the batteries used to store that energy. Now,it can be used to describe products […]

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February 7, 2020
Wastewater treatment through ‘real science, real engineering’
Source: Heraldnet, Janice Podsada Feb 4 2020 Jim Mothersbaugh is in the business of making bubbles float and tiny particles clump. Mothersbaugh, CEO of WaterTectonics, founded the Everett wastewater treatment company in 1999 in response to the needs of the building industry and concern for the environment. The company’s patented technologies remove heavy metals, oil and other […]

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