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 4, 2010 source: getsolar.com The concept of a smart grid looks pretty good on its face – and upgrading the grid would definitely pay dividends for utilities and energy consumers alike. However, there are some potential pitfalls – as illustrated by a discussion at the VentureBeat GreenBeat 2010 conference this week. A smart grid […]Read More
November 3, 2010 source: techgearx Here’s a novel thought — as homeowners slap solar panels on their rooftops and unplug from the grid, users of traditional energy could see their bills go up. On the “The Sultans of Storage panel at GreenBeat 2010 conference today, Nat Goldhaber, managing director at Claremont Creek Ventures, made the […]Read More
October 26, 2010 source: AlwaysOn, Networking the Global Silicon Valley Nat Goldhaber article, Local Storage: Investing Opportunities Abound was featured on the AlwaysOn website. “Claremont Creek Ventures’ Nat Goldhaber looks deeper into Bloom Energy’s “power plant in a box” and finds an off-grid solution that has a good chance of becoming a success. Earlier this […]Read More
Nat Goldhaber has been selected as one of the judges for the Innovation Competition for the Best New Ideas for Smart Grid Technology at GreenBeat2010. The GreenBeat 2010 Innovation Competition is seeking the best ideas for making the next generation of the Smart Grid a reality. “Your company may have the killer apps of the […]Read More
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
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.