Louis Stewart, Deputy Director, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development addresses crowd at Feb. 14th Town Hall Forum

Events

United Arab Emirates Delegation Visits - May 30th at Sungevity in Oakland

In conjunction with the Governor's Office of Business & Economic Development ("GO-Biz"), the Green Corridor held an event on May 30th introducing United Arab Emirates' Embassy Trade representatives to cleantech startup entrepreneurs for possible investment opportunities.

The event was held at Sungevity in Oakland.

United Arab Emirates Delegation Visits - May 30th at Sungevity in OaklandMolly Morse, Mango Materials; Gia Schneider, Natel Energy; David Bolognesi, CA Governor's Office of Business & Economic Development; Carla Din, Green Corridor; Kyle Hendrick, UAE Embassy Trade & Commercial Office; Monika Weiss, ergSol; Wolfgang Weiss, ergSol; Hilary Pearson, Sungevity; Troy Tyler, Smash Solar; Saud Al Nowais, UAE Embassy Trade & Commercial Office. Not pictured: Emily Kirsch, SfunCube.

Green Corridor- Siemens Industry Event- April 19th at Siemens' Energy and Environmental Solutions, Building Technologies Division in Hayward

Siemens Industry- one of the largest energy companies in the world- hosted a group of the Green Corridor's entrepreneurs, scientists, and local government, academic and industry representatives where Siemens presented business opportunities for innovations in energy saving technology; and cleantech startup entrepreneurs pitched their technologies.

Jesse Thompson, Zone Manager for Energy and Environmental Solutions for Siemens
Jesse Thompson, Zone Manager for Energy
and Environmental Solutions for Siemens
Wolfgang Weiss, CEO, CTO, ergSol
Wolfgang Weiss, CEO, CTO, ergSol

Governor's Office Town Hall- Feb. 14th, Makani Power/Natel Energy, Alameda

On a sparkling Valentine's Day, the Green Corridor held a Governor's Office of Business & Economic Development Town Hall Forum entitled, Can the State Help Grow Your Cleantech Business? It was attended by over 60 people and included a diverse crowd from industry, local and state government, Berkeley Lab, entrepreneurs and Venture Capitalists. Mayor Marie Gilmore gave the welcome.

Gia Schneider, Natel Energy; Danny Kennedy, Sungevity; Adam Lorimer, Alphabet Energy; Monika Weiss, ergSolPanelists: Gia Schneider, Natel Energy; Danny Kennedy, Sungevity; Adam Lorimer, Alphabet Energy; Monika Weiss, ergSol

Green Corridor Solar Symposium- Feb. 6th, Ed Roberts Campus, Berkeley


Mark Perlin, Sun Synchrony
H. Simón Bryce, Renewable Funding
H. Simón Bryce, Renewable Funding

The Green Corridor held a Solar Symposium with the theme of "Innovation" in permitting, utility interconnection, software, PACE commercial financing, and performance validation. A diverse group of about 50 attended, including Berkeley Lab and Sandia scientists, solar company CEOs, Chief Building Officials and permitting staff, professional engineers and Oakland City Council staff.

 


Jenya Meydbray, PV Evolution Labs; Carla Din, Green Corridor; Eric Alderman, SolarNexusJenya Meydbray, PV Evolution Labs; Carla Din, Green Corridor; Eric Alderman, SolarNexus



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