On February 22, I had the pleasure of speaking with Douglas Crawford, the associate director of QB3 the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences in Berkeley –. It was quite exciting to be the first guest on their new podcast, QB3 Bio Entrepreneurship. During our lively hour discussion, I had the opportunity to share my thoughts on […]Read More
In September 2011, I gave a keynote at the AlwaysON Going Green conference. It was extremely interesting preparing for the speech, and I just learned that the video of my keynote is up on the site. Click on the image below to watch the video, and I hope you enjoy it. You also must find […]Read More
November 16, 2011 source: the Gates Notes Bill Gates has posted a really good writeup on energy storage and the innovative company Energy Cache on his blog, Taking Energy Storage to a Higher Level. Energy Cache is a recent early-stage investment of Claremont Creek Ventures and we’re excited about its new approach to storing electricity that could help […]Read More
John Steuart was a panelist at The Deal’s webcast audio seminar: Technology Transfer in the 21st Century, on May 12, 2011 (also participating as a panelist – Jeff Jensen, CEO, Fluxion Biosciences Inc. a Claremont Creek Ventures portfolio company) A recording of the seminar is now available to play online or download through 8/12/2011. Click […]Read More
April 21, 2011 source: Gigaom When it comes to clean-energy investing 2.0, venture capitalists are beyond looking for the silver bullet — or the magic battery –- they spent the last decade hunting and hoping for. Today, VCs are more likely to invest their dollars in slightly less ambitious energy-efficiency projects, Paul Kedrosky, senior fellow […]Read More
November 2, 2010 source: GreenBeat2010 Nat Goldhaber will participate on the Sultans of Storage panel Wednesday afternoon, November 3rd at the GreenBeat 2010 conference at Stanford Memorial Auditorium. As governments begin mandating storage on the grid, big questions loom: Who’s gonna pay for it? How much will it cost? Can we survive without it? Decision […]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.