November 21, 2022
Virtual CleanTech Advocacy Day 2022 – January 31, 2022
2022 CleanTech Advocacy Day has come and gone. You can watch the event recording here. This event offers CleanTech Alliance members an exclusive opportunity to engage and educate Washington State policymakers on the impact of clean technology research, innovation, and jobs. Despite the current challenges, we will still do our best to connect you with key […]

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May 11, 2022
May 19 – K&L Gates Debate
Speakers will explore the topic of Decarbonizing Transportation: Public and Private Sector Views on EV Charging Station Deployment. This event will be fully virtual!

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July 18, 2014
Washington State Ranks 7th in Cleantech
The 2014 U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index, released Tuesday by research firm Clean Edge, tracks the the clean-tech activities of all 50 states and the 50 largest metro areas in the nation. by Matt Williams / July 17, 2014 For the fifth consecutive year California sits atop an index of clean-tech activity in the U.S., […]

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May 16, 2014
'Green Investment Bank' Plan for Cleantech Projects
The Green Party says it would set up a $120 million “Green Investment Bank” to fund green tech projects, with the money to come from hiking oil and gas royalties. “The Green Investment Bank will be an enduring, government-owned, for-profit bank partnering with private sector to fund new projects ranging from renewable energy and biofuel […]

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May 16, 2014
Clean energy is working in Ohio but may come to a halt after 2014
Ohio utilities admit that clean energy standards are saving money. In filings to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO), the power companies admit energy efficiency programs alone have netted Ohio consumers more than $1 billion in savings to date, and will result in more than $4.1 billion in savings over the program’s life. Ohio utility American […]

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May 13, 2014
Random Thoughts from the Chairman | May 13
In my last column I wrote about two trends: a growing reliance on science and technology in our everyday lives, coupled with a growing ignorance about science among the public. Where will these two trends take us? Dependence on something not well understood is frustrating, because one’s actions are limited by an unknown and unrecognized […]

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May 1, 2014
Energy Savvy raises $7M to build energy efficiency software for utilities
By Emily Parkhurst, Puget Sound Business Journal Seattle startup EnergySavvy announced Thursday that it has raised $7 million, which the company intends to use to go on a hiring binge. San Francisco-based Prelude Ventures led the round. “The problem with energy efficiency is that it’s kind of hard to measure. There isn’t an energy efficiency meter,” […]

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April 25, 2014
Clean Energy Finance Through the Bond Market: A New Option for Progress
State and local bond finance represents a powerful but underutilized tool for future clean energy investment. For 100 years, the nation’s state and local infrastructure finance agencies have issued trillions of dollars’ worth of public finance bonds to fund the construction of the nation’s roads, bridges, hospitals, and other infrastructure—and literally built America. Now, as clean […]

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