Author: Shannon Bresnahan

Black & Veatch’s Permitting, Design Expertise Helps Innovator Quickly Expand Electric Vehicle Charging Network

  |   Electric Vehicles

As all-electric cars increase in popularity, a critical issue for drivers is having sufficient charging resources to stay on the road during longer trips, not to mention paying for the power.   San Francisco, California-based Volta Charging aims to help alleviate range anxiety by rapidly scaling its...

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US Ignite Selects Cleantech San Diego and CyberTECH as Key Innovation Partners for San Diego’s Smart Gigabit Community Program

  |   Press Releases, Smart Cities San Diego

On September 6, US Ignite announced the selection of Cleantech San Diego and CyberTECH as the key innovation partners for the City of San Diego as a Smart Gigabit Community. US Ignite’s Smart Gigabit Communities (SGC) program enhances local community innovation ecosystems by enabling communities...

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Sullivan Solar Power Sets Record for Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies List

  |   Cleantech San Diego Members, Solar Energy

Cleantech San Diego member Sullivan Solar Power has been featured on the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies list for the eighth consecutive year, a feat no other solar company has achieved. The Inc. 5000 List launched in 1982 and recognizes American entrepreneurship and perseverance. The announcement of the...

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Sullivan Solar Power Installs First Certified LG Chem Residential Battery in the Continental U.S.

  |   Energy Storage, Solar Energy

On August 1, the first LG Chem residential energy storage unit in the continental United States went live. It was installed by Cleantech San Diego member company Sullivan Solar Power at the Keefe residence in Carlsbad. This milestone is a big step toward grid independence for Americans.   “This...

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Chula Vista Library Walls get a Sustainability-Inspired Makeover via Student-Artist Collaboration

  |   Energy Efficiency, K-12 Sustainability

On May 16, Local comic book artist Ceri Langell led 93 fifth graders from Hilltop Drive Elementary School in brainstorming sessions focused on energy efficiency.   Langell sketched and doodled while students generated ideas that she will later develop into life-sized comic book images to adorn the stairway...

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