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Author: Shannon Bresnahan

U.S. Department of Energy Announces $42 Million to Develop More Affordable and Efficient EV Batteries

  |   Electric Vehicles

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $42 million in funding for 12 projects to strengthen the domestic supply chain for advanced batteries that power electric vehicles (EVs). Two of the winning projects are from Cleantech San Diego members and Southern California Energy Innovation Network...

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Ten Regional Clean Energy Companies Graduate from Cleantech San Diego Startup Incubator

  |   Press Releases

Annual Southern California Energy Innovation Network Showcase Event Being Held November 9   SAN DIEGO, CA, November 1, 2022 – Cleantech San Diego today announced the graduation of ten local clean energy companies – Chilldyne, Controlled Thermal Resources, Ivy Energy, NeoCharge, Occuspace, South 8 Technologies, Qubitekk, UCAP Power,...

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San Diego Airport Achieves Highest Rating by Airport Carbon Accreditation Program

  |   Uncategorized

San Diego International Airport (SAN) has achieved the highest level of certification under the Airports Council International’s Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program – Level 4+ ‘Transition.’     The airport achieved this certification through a series of programs that have increased the use of carbon-free electricity and...

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Southern California Energy Innovation Network Reports Six-Year Impact Numbers

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Cleantech San Diego's Southern California Energy Innovation Network (SCEIN) celebrated its six-year anniversary on July 15. The program has made tremendous accomplishments supporting its member startups, which are advancing breakthrough energy technologies for the benefit of California ratepayers. Below is a summary of the program’s impact to date:   Companies: 62 startup companies have...

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SDG&E, Nuvve, and Cajon Valley Union School District Flip the Switch on Region’s First Vehicle-to-Grid Project Featuring Local Electric School Buses Capable of Sending Power to the Grid

  |   Electric Vehicles

On July 26, 2022, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) announced that it had successfully deployed an innovative technology that enables eight electric school buses to put electricity back on the grid when needed such as on hot summer days. A collaborative effort between SDG&E,...

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