We are stoked about our newest portfolio company Building Robotics who closed a seed round today at $1.14M. Google Ventures plus many others invested with Claremont Creek Ventures, but we were the lead investor. The company had a ton of press for the announcement which you can see here: Congratulations Building Robotics !Read More
June 10, 2012 source: Comcast Xfinity Home adds EcoSaver, a new cloud-based solution that learns heating and cooling patterns of a home for additional energy savings from Claremont Creek Ventures portfolio company EcoFactor Comcast, a global media and technology company, today announced the launch of Xfinity Home Control, a new product under the Xfinity Home […]Read More
April 8, 2013 source: This article was originally published on PEHub Many VCs have pulled back from funding energy technologies and cleantech startups, and have been replaced by corporate venture capitalists. Entrepreneurs and traditional VCs alike are finding opportunities where corporate partners provide a critical ingredient that substantially increases their likelihood of success. During the […]Read More
January 17, 2013 source: VentureBeat Ashley Halligan, an analyst at Austin, Texas-based Software Advice — recently published an article on VentureBeat in December outlining the growing trend in VC-funded digital cleantech–shifting from typical hardware-based investing. The article draws attention to interesting statistics including: there’s almost five million commercial facilities in the U.S. They account for […]Read More
November 28, 2012. Source: Nobel Profit Listen to venture capitalist Nat Goldhaber, managing director of Claremont Creek Ventures, share his insights around energy and policy in California in regards to clean tech investments. In this interview he focuses on a particular investment in solar with Clean Power Finance as it relates to the public utilities and […]Read More
An energy-independent United States is an achievable goal by 2025, according to new research commissioned by Claremont Creek Ventures. In order to achieve this audacious goal, the United States needs to clear an important
set of hurdles.
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.