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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July 13, 2018
2018 Showcase Recap: Pacific Marine Energy Center
Guest Contributor: Andrew Braddock, Washington State University The Pacific Marine Energy Center (PMEC) convenes some of the best minds working to cost-effectively harness energy from the ocean. The technologies they are developing and supporting convert power from waves, temperature, tide, and the most developed technology, off-shore wind. Brian Polagye, director of the center and University […]

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July 10, 2018
Showcase Recap: Recycling Electronic Devices
Guest Contributor: Andrew Braddock, Washington State University The average U.S. Family has 24 electronic devices. With rapidly changing technology, these devices are increasingly becoming obsolete. When thrown away, 40% of electronics go into a recycling stream outside of the U.S., and the rest end up in a landfill. In addition to containing electronic material that […]

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July 6, 2018
Happy Mondays: The CleanTech Innovation Showcase 2018
From Michael Grossman, Michael’s Marc, July 2, 2018: Oxymoronically titled British alternative bands aside, how can a Monday be happy in the midst of American Armageddon 2018? Thanks to 24 early and growth stage companies from all walks of the cleantech sector answering the question, “Who are you, and why should I care?” Monday has […]

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July 6, 2018
Showcase Recap: E8 Summer Showcase and Reverse Pitch
Guest Contributor Lisa Shmulyan, Student, University of Pennsylvania  During the E8 Summer Showcase portion of the CleanTech Innovation Showcase, nine cleantech companies presented two-minute pitches to an audience of 350 attendees. The start-ups ranged from Impact Bionergy, which manufactures portable bioenergy systems that convert organic waste materials into energy bio fertilizer, to Green Canopy, a construction […]

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