Author: Shannon Casey

CleanSpark and Smart Wires Named Top 10 Winners in Global Cleantech Cluster Association Awards

  |   Cleantech San Diego Members

The Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA) has named the Global Top 10 Winners for its 6th GCCA Later Stage Awards 2016.  The mid- to late-stage companies originate from the major cleantech industries, including solar, wind, and clean web to lighting, energy efficiency, mobility, urban agriculture,...

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San Diego International Airport Achieves Airport Carbon Accreditation

  |   Climate Action, Smart Cities San Diego

Cleantech San Diego member and Smart Cities San Diego leader San Diego International Airport (SAN) has been certified through the Airports Council International’s Airport Carbon Accreditation program. The program creates a framework that helps airports identify, manage, and ultimately reduce their carbon emissions.   SAN was certified...

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Marine Group Boat Works Chooses Baker Electric Solar to Support Its Goal of Being a Zero-emission Boatbuilder

  |   Press Releases, Solar Energy

SAN DIEGO, CA, October 4, 2016 – Baker Electric Solar, a full-service solar provider has designed and installed a 482.98 kilowatt (kW) rooftop solar system for Marine Group Boat Works (MGBW), a West Coast family-owned boat building and repair company. The San Diego-based shipyard and longtime Port...

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San Diego’s Third Largest School District Installs 6.3 MWh of Energy Storage with Green Charge

  |   Energy Storage, K-12 Sustainability

Poway Unified School District to Save $1.6 Million in Reduced Utility Costs and Control Energy Use   Cleantech San Diego member company Green Charge, the largest provider of commercial energy storage in the U.S., announced that San Diego’s Poway Unified School District has installed more than 6.3 MWh...

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Metropolitan Water District Switches to Solar to Help Offset Power Used for Water Deliverables

  |   Solar Energy, Water

With the dual goals of cutting carbon emissions and reducing operational costs, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California recently unveiled its latest investment in solar power.   Metropolitan board Chairman Randy Record joined General Manager Jeffrey Kightlinger to flip a ceremonial switch signifying the activation of two...

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