Claremont Creek Ventures’ portfolio company Adura Technologies wins three “Top 100″ Green Tech awards

source: Adura Technologies press release

SAN 
FRANCISCO, 
Nov. 
11 
‐‐ Adura 
Technologies, 
a 
leading 
provider 
of 
wireless 
lighting 
 and 
energy 
management 
solutions, 
has 
been 
named 
to 
three 
lists 
of 
“Top 
100” 
green 
 technology 
companies 
in 
the 
U.S. 
in 
the 
past 
five 
weeks.

The 
most 
recent, 
announced 
Wednesday, 
is 
the 
2010 
California 
Game 
Changer 
list 
 sponsored 
by 
the 
Governor’s 
Office 
of 
Economic 
Development. 
Adura 
was 
one 
of 100 
 finalists 
selected 
from 
a 
list 
of 
350 
nominations 
from 
investors, 
entrepreneur 
and 
event 
 sponsors 
throughout 
the 
state. The 
awards 
honor 
an 
elite 
group 
of 
California‐based 
 companies 
that 
are 
market‐leading 
in 
their 
industry, 
according 
to 
the 
competition 
 organizers.

In 
October, 
Adura 
earned 
recognition 
in 
the 
2010 
Global 
 
100, 
produce 
by the 
Cleantech 
Group, 
providers 
of 
leading 
global 
market 
research, 
events 
and 
advisory 
 services 
for 
the 
cleantech 
industry. The 
list 
was 
created 
in 
collaboration 
with 
the 
 Guardian 
News.

Adura 
also 
was 
chosen 
in 
October 
by 
AlwaysOn, 
a 
leading 
business 
networking 
media
 company, 
as 
one 
of 
the 
GoingGreen 
Silicon 
Valley 
Top 
100 
winners. 
 
Adura’s 
inclusion 
in 
 the 
list 
signifies 
“leadership 
among 
its 
peers 
and 
game‐changing 
approaches 
an 
 technologies 
that 
are 
likely 
to 
disrupt 
existing 
markets,” 
according 
to 
the 
 announcement.

“We 
are 
delighted 
with 
these 
awards,” 
said 
Andy 
Wheeler, 
CEO. 
“They 
not 
only 
 recognize 
Adura’s 
past 
achievements, 
but 
our 
potential 
for 
the 
future.” 
Earlier 
this 
year, 
Adura 
received 
two 
other 
awards 
‐‐ 
finalist 
in 
the 
San 
Francisco 
 Business 
Times 
Green 
Business 
Award 
competition, 
one 
of 
only 
25 
companies 
selected from 
a 
pool 
of 
nearly 
200; 
and 
the 
Greetechmedia Top 50, 
a 
list 
of 
the 
top startups 
 across 
the 
nation, 
as 
selected 
by 
the 
highly 
regarded 
greentechmedia.com organization.