September 24, 2018
CleanTech Alliance Board Member Callie Bendickson, Itron
Callie Bendickson has more than 20 years of experience leading corporate and community initiatives related to health care, education and industry. She is currently the director of corporate social responsibility at Itron where she is responsible for facilitating Itron’s ongoing commitment to creating resourceful communities through corporate philanthropy, employee engagement, community partnerships and educational outreach. […]

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September 24, 2018
CleanTech Alliance Supports Yes on Initiative 1631, Business Engagement
(Seattle, WA–Sept 24, 2018)  The Executive Committee of the CleanTech Alliance has endorsed I-1631, the Clean Air, Clean Energy initiative on Washington voters’ November ballots. In addition to supporting its passage, the CleanTech Alliance urges robust business engagement in implementing the policy. The CleanTech Alliance represents 300 member organizations spanning six U.S. states and two […]

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September 20, 2018
CleanTech Alliance Urges More Funding for Clean Energy Fund
The CleanTech Alliance Government Affairs Committee, chaired by Russ Weed, recommended to our Executive Committee that we urge the State of Washington to significantly increase the Washington Clean Energy Fund in the 2019-2021 capital budget.  The capital budget will be a priority in the 2019 Legislative Session.  The Executive Committee agreed and authorized the following letter […]

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August 20, 2018
Another great Summer Schmoozefest!
Thank you to everyone that came out for our networking event on August 16! We had our largest Schmoozefest crowd, heated ping pong matches and some great prizes from our Health Trust carriers. Special thanks to our sponsors, and McKinstry for hosting!

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August 1, 2018
August 16: Summer Schmoozefest Register Now!
Outstanding people…fantastic conversation…live music…craft beer… Grab your sunglasses and a stack of business cards. It’s time for the CleanTech Alliance Summer Schmoozefest! Join us August 16 as we enjoy McKinstry’s wine bar and rooftop driving range with live music, craft beer, wine and plenty to eat!  This is your opportunity to schmooze with the cleantech industry […]

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July 13, 2018
2018 Showcase Recap: Seinergy, LLC.
Guest Contributor Winston Kelly, UW Master’s of Public Administration Student, Environmental Advocate The following company gave a presentation at the 2018 CleanTech Innovation Showcase. Twenty-four companies and organizations presented as part of the full-day event that convenes the top cleantech innovators and leaders from across the region. Seinergy LLC Seinergy LLC, which was showcased by […]

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July 13, 2018
2018 Showcase Recap: Research Centers and City Partnerships
Guest Contributor Winston Kelly, UW Master’s of Public Administration Student, Environmental Advocate The following organizations gave presentations at the 2018 CleanTech Innovation Showcase. Twenty-four companies and organizations presented as part of the full-day event that convenes the top cleantech innovators and leaders from across the region. Center for Bioplastics and Biocomposites – featuring Washington State […]

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July 13, 2018
2018 Showcase Recap: ChargePoint and UniEnergy Technologies
Guest Contributor Winston Kelly, UW Master’s of Public Administration Student, Environmental Advocate The following companies gave presentations at the 2018 CleanTech Innovation Showcase. Twenty-four companies and organizations presented as part of the full-day event that convenes the top cleantech innovators and leaders from across the region. ChargePoint Jason Smith, the regional director of northwest sales […]

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July 13, 2018
2018 Showcase Recap: WSU Solar Technology
Guest Contributor Andrew Braddock, Washington State University In 2017, 30% of all new electric generating capacity was solar power, second only to natural gas. The capacity is predicted to double over the next 5 years. Washington State University researchers are developing a photovoltaic material that could be more cost effective and efficient than current materials. […]

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July 13, 2018
2018 Showcase Recap: National Energy Technology Lab
Guest Contributor Andrew Braddock, Washington State University  Rare earth elements (REE) comprise 17 elements from the periodic table, and provide significant value to technology, national security, and economic growth. These elements are used in cell phones, hybrid engines, lasers, and medical devices just to name a few. There is a high demand for these elements […]

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