San Diego International Airport (SAN) is the first airport in the United States to install an ENGIE Storage battery energy storage system. Both ENGIE and SAN are members of Cleantech San Diego. The 2 MW/4 MWh GridSynergy® energy storage system furthers the airport’s long-term commitment...Read More
Oberon Fuels Secures $2.9 Million Grant from State of California for First-Ever Production of Renewable Dimethyl Ether in U.S.
Cleantech San Diego member company Oberon Fuels, a producer of clean-burning dimethyl ether (DME) transportation fuel, has been awarded a grant for $2,876,139 from the California Energy Commission (CEC) for a first-of-its-kind, multi-phase project to produce the first renewable dimethyl ether (rDME), a clean-burning, ultra-low-carbon...Read More
Cleantech San Diego member and Southern California Energy Innovation Network company Conectric has entered into a strategic agreement with local Industrial IoT start-up Avimesa. Avimesa was founded to provide the industrial market with solutions used for intelligent equipment monitoring and failure prediction. Their core product,...Read More
Cleantech San Diego member and Southern California Energy Innovation Network company Nuvve, the world leader in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) – also known as vehicle grid integration (VGI) – deployments, and Honda have entered into an agreement to demonstrate the benefits of electric vehicles (EVs) that are...Read More
The City of San Diego is implementing a new smart city strategy that could bring smart city technologies to underserved areas of the city. Through its Inclusive Connected Communities Roadmap project, the City is partnering with regional business association Cleantech San Diego, engineering firm Black...Read More