December 27, 2010 source: (Bloomberg) Washington Post Nat Goldhaber, managing director of Claremont Creek Ventures, discusses Tesla Motors Inc.’s performance, its battery technology and the outlook for the electric-car market. Tesla, an unprofitable electric-automobile maker, fell the most since July after insiders were allowed to sell shares in the company. Goldhaber talks with Pimm Fox […]Read More
December 10, 2010 source: VentureBeat What to watch for in cleantech in 2011: companies, IPOs and trends Tis the season for next-year forecasts, so VentureBeat asked a few cleantech venture capitalists for their thoughts on clean energy trends to watch in 2011. Nat Goldhaber of Claremont Creek Ventures tells us that next year is The […]Read More
December 1, 2010 source: CNBC video Claremont Creek portfolio company Clean Power Finance’s CEO Joseph Brakohiapa was sought for his advice on the CNBC video Small Business Council segment. Clean Power Finance is dedicated to the mass market adoption of renewable energy. The company partners with renewable energy providers and lenders to make residential and […]Read More
November 24, 2010 source: TechCrunch GreenTech Nat Goldhaber was interviewed by TechCrunch TV’s Sarah Lacy. “In retrospect, Tesla may have been cleantech’s Netscape moment. It didn’t get off to the world’s greatest start, but like a few other venture-backed IPOs, lately it has been trading at nearly double its opening price. Meanwhile, a few other […]Read More
November 17, 2010 Source: Venture Beat Ted Driscoll’s article The many definitions of a VC’s “no” was featured as a two-part article on Venture Beat. “Last year, Claremont Creek Ventures was exposed to over 500 startup ideas and entrepreneurs. As is probably typical in most early stage technology VCs, we ultimately invest in […]Read More
Recently Mark Boslet, reporter at Venture Capital Journal asked me what my background as a fighter pilot in the Marine Corps had to do with being a better VC. A lot actually. Our service members get extraordinary opportunities to learn about integrity, leadership and teamwork first hand, myself included. Therefore my background shapes the way […]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.