Join the CleanTech Alliance, Idaho Chapter for their monthly Sustainability Happy Hour. They will chat about the latest sustainability news, network with other sustainability professionals, and listen to leaders in the industry share their latest innovations and projects.
Presented by Seattle City Light, Zappy Hour is a quick, monthly series featuring exciting speakers presenting on critical energy topics and followed by networking! Join John Rudolph and Joseph Fernandi talk about the impact of COVID-19 on Utility Load and Energy Efficiency Programs within Seattle from 1-2PM PST.
Join the CleanTech Alliance, Idaho Chapter for our monthly Sustainability Happy Hour. We will chat about the latest sustainability news, network with other sustainability professionals, and listen to leaders in the industry share their latest innovations and projects. This Happy Hour will be hosted at Payette Brewing in Downtown Boise with a no-host bar and […]
This Women’s Networking Happy Hour is a casual large group event that will bring together all of the smaller mentoring groups and will be an opportunity for new mentees to see if they are interested in joining a Lean In Circle. Register for the July 14th event.
Join us for the second event in our Clean Materials series. This discussion will examine the role our smallest businesses can play in the emerging clean materials economy. Micro businesses can help drive the transition to a clean economy while expanding equitable opportunity in communities large and small – if given the chance.
Learn more about our 2021 Presenting Companies below! Click here to register for the 2021 CleanTech Innovation Showcase. Astrolabe Analytics: Astrolabe’s mission is to accelerate battery innovation. The company develops algorithms and IT infrastructure to help battery engineering teams make the most out of the data they generate, shorten the battery product development cycle, and […]
Hear from Gwen Holdmann, Founder and Director of the Alaska Center for Energy and Power, an applied energy research program based at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Her innovative program focuses on community-scale fossil and renewable/alternative energy technologies.
Join us for a brief virtual networking session to meet our newest cohort members, as well as networking with other cleantech professionals, startup mentors, and alumni from the Cascadia CleanTech Accelerator program.