March 6, 2019
CleanTech Alliance Board Member Reeves Clippard, A&R Solar
Reeves Clippard is co-founder and CEO of A&R Solar, an employee-owned Social Purpose Corporation with 20 employee-owners and 70 employees across Washington and Oregon. A&R Solar specialize in deploying solar energy technologies for homeowners, businesses, communities, and governmental agencies — to date, A&R has completed more than 2,500 solar installations throughout the Pacific Northwest totaling […]

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March 5, 2019
CleanTech Alliance Board Member Jimmy Jia, Distributed Energy Management
Jimmy Jia is an innovator, author, educator, and strategist.  He is on the board for the Center for Sustainable Energy (energycenter.org) and chairs the Strategy Committee. His expertise is using energy as an indicator of corporate strategy and governance, resulting in corporations reducing wasted expenditures by “right sizing” their consumption. In acting as a “Chief […]

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March 5, 2019
CleanTech Alliance Board Member Aaron Block, Allumia
Aaron Block founded Allumia to create a collective, cohesive approach to making energy conversation and management accessible, accountable and most important, transparent. After graduating college in 2008, Aaron joined Gridpoint – an early SmartGrid technology company – as a utility analyst. After leaving Gridpoint, he co-founded, and led market development at, Skyline Innovations, a solar-as-a-service provider focused on solar […]

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January 30, 2019
CleanTech Day in Olympia 2019
CleanTech day in Olympia 2019 was a huge success!   Thanks again to our sponsors, Boeing and Snohomish County PUD, and to all our attendees. We had a packed room with nearly a hundred advocates.  Governor Jay Inslee kicked off CleanTech Day by speaking to us about the role that cleantech innovators are playing in combating climate change.  We were also happy to hear the Governor emphasize the importance of the Clean Energy Fund, and the role it will have in driving a paradigm shift in innovation.  The Governor advocated a broad cleantech agenda including legislation that would provide for cleaner fuels. 

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November 29, 2018
Post I-1631 Conference Draws Large Audience
In cooperation with co-hosts, Audubon Washington and the Low Carbon Prosperity Institute, the CleanTech Alliance hosted a packed house discussion of carbon policy options in the wake of the defeat of I-1631 on November 28, 2018.                                       […]

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November 20, 2018
CleanTech Alliance Board of Directors Nominations
The CleanTech Alliance’s Governance Committee is soliciting great candidates to consider for our Board of Directors.  If you have suggestions please send them to tom@cleantechalliance.org and they will be forwarded to the Committee.  Please include information about your nominee (Name, member organization, contact information)  and include a short statement of the reasoning for your nomination. Extra […]

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