Greenbeat, 2010: Learn where the “Super Grid” is creating billion-dollar opportunities Nat Goldhaber has been appointed to the Greenbeat Advisory Board joining industry luminaries on the Board including John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins Caulfield and Byers and Navin Chadda of Mayfield Fund. Greenbeat will be held at Stanford University on November 3rd & 4th. Investors, […]Read More
September 21, 2010 source: greentechgrid Michael Kanellos’ article on The Top Ten VCs in Smart Grid; Who has the best investments for fixing the grid and automating power demand? lauds Claremont Creek Ventures and its portfolio companies: “Adura Technologies, EcoFactor (home energy management) Sentilla (energy management for data centers). EcoFactor, whose HAN doesn’t require a […]Read More
August 17, 2010 source:Gigaom Most of the recent research into thermoelectrics has centered around using nanotechnology to design thermoelectric materials that conduct electricity but not heat. In March, researchers at Boston College and MIT announced that they had achieved a major thermoelectric efficiency increase in bismuth telluride by breaking it down and “rebuilding it in […]Read More
The Cleantech VC Pitch August 30, 2010 | 6:00-8:30 PM 650 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto Event Sponsor: Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati [ click for more information or to register for the event ] The Cleantech VC Pitch program through VC Taskforce offers an opportunity for entrepreneurs seeking start up funding to pitch in […]Read More
July 8, 2010 source CNET Green Tech ‘Smart’ thermostats to get test run in Texas A thermostat technology that’s intended to significantly reduce energy bills is about to become available for use in actual homes. EcoFactor, the developer of a software platform for a two-way “smart” thermostat, announced Thursday its dynamic system for regulating home […]Read More
February 10, 2010 source: Vator.tv Claremont Creek Ventures is one of the only VC firms in the East Bay. That’s a good thing for Nat Goldhaber, one of the managing directors at the Oakland-based firm. Deal flow in clean tech is accelerating Claremont Creek Ventures ‘LifeCycle’ venturing model attracts a solid flow of energy deals Claremont […]Read More
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.