Rep. Peters, Operation Free, Cleantech San Diego Host First Public Screening of THE BURDEN

  |   Advocacy, Biorenewables, Cleantech Industry News, Cleantech San Diego, Cleantech San Diego Members, Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, Events, Smart Grid, Solar Energy

On June 4, Congressman Scott Peters (CA-52), clean energy campaign Operation Free, and Cleantech San Diego hosted the first public screening of documentary film THE BURDEN, followed by a discussion on defense energy issues at the San Diego Central Library.   THE BURDEN is the first documentary of its...

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San Diego Climate Experts Answer the Question: Is El Niño Coming?

  |   Cleantech San Diego, Cleantech San Diego Members, Climate Change, Events, Water

On June 2, guests of Cleantech San Diego gathered on the Scripps Institution of Oceanography campus for a timely discussion with top climate scientists about the powerful weather phenomenon El Niño and how it impacts our region. The program included presentations from three El Niño experts who explained the basics of the weather...

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Cleantech San Diego Participates in One Day in San Diego Film Project

  |   Cleantech San Diego, Cleantech San Diego Members, Electric Vehicles, Energy Efficiency, Highlights, Intelligent Streetlights, Smart Cities San Diego, Uncategorized

On April 26, the documentary project One Day in San Diego (part of One Day on Earth) challenged filmmakers across San Diego to document stories and investigate 10 questions for the future of San Diego as part of a city-wide, participatory media-creation event. Filmmaker Lisa...

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Street Light Working Group Update

  |   Cleantech San Diego, Energy Efficiency, Intelligent Streetlights, Smart Cities San Diego, Smart Grid

CleanTECH San Diego's Marty Turock represented both the City of San Diego and the San Diego Region Street Light Working Group in a recent presentation at the California Street Light Association (CAL-SLA) Annual Southern California Meeting, which was held at their LA County offices. Turock presented an overview...

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Call for Applications: SXSW Eco Startup Central

  |   Cleantech Industry News, Cleantech San Diego Members, Events, Startup

CleanTECH San Diego President Jason Anderson is serving as a member of the Advisory Board of SXSW Eco's Startup Showcase. SXSW Eco hosts a three-day event October 6-8 in Austin, Texas, that serves as a platform to identify solutions to environmental and sustainability issues. SXSW Eco provides unique networking opportunities and cross-sector...

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Rep. Scott Peters, Operation Free Join CleanTECH San Diego for First Public Screening of THE BURDEN

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Short Film Documents the National Security Threat of Fossil Fuel Dependence, Highlights the Military’s Leadership on Solutions Screening to be followed by Defense Energy Expert Panel Discussion   WHAT:   San Diego, Calif. — On Wednesday, June 4 at 6:00 pm PST, Congressman Scott Peters (CA-52), clean energy campaign...

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CleanTECH Startups Pitch their Business Plans

  |   Cleantech San Diego, Events, SCRUB, Startup

On May 14, CleanTECH San Diego's Capital and Resources Committee held  its quarterly SCRUB event featuring presentations from five exciting early-stage clean tech companies. Leaders of these emerging start-ups sought business guidance and opportunities for networking within the San Diego cleantech industry. Their businesses plans addressed energy solutions ranging from water to solar. This quarter's SCRUB...

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City of Chula Vista Launches New Clean Energy Program with Sullivan Solar Power

  |   Cleantech San Diego Members, Energy Efficiency, Highlights, Solar Energy

On May 14, the Cleantech San Diego member city of Chula Vista held an event and ‘flipped the switch’ to their recently installed solar projects, totaling 500,000 watts of clean energy across three facilities. The city not only celebrated their own solar power projects but also the...

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Cities Must Keep Pace with a Technologically Evolved Population

  |   Cleantech San Diego, Energy Efficiency, Smart Cities San Diego, Smart Grid, The City as a System

How could cities better connect all their residents to economic opportunity? It's literally the million-dollar question with almost every major tech company spending incredible amounts of resources in the name of connection. The lingo -- smart cities, smarter cities, big data, innovation centers, incubators, hives,...

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