March 2011 source: Financial Executives International (download a pdf reprint of the article) Over the years, venture capitalists have invested in clean technology and renewable energy with the expectation that returns will take a long time. The VCs were right. Development of technologies such as solar cell manufacturing, utility-scale renewable energy projects and genetically engineered […]Read More
March 21, 2011 source: NVCAccess — Emily Mendell interviewed Claremont Creek Ventures’ Micah Myers – Today’s Monday meeting is with Micah Myers of Claremont Creek Ventures. Micah joined Claremont Creek Ventures in 2009. Prior to joining Claremont Creek Ventures, Micah worked as an Analyst with the energy team at Passport Capital where he focused on […]Read More
March 8, 2011 source: GreentechEnterprise – “When you are looking at waste heat, there is an interest if there is a very fast payback of less than two years when you are thinking of the stationary-furnace-type industries” said Paul Straub – Activity has been perking up in a once-obscure area. Here’s the report from ARPA-E. […]Read More
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
It’s the end of the year – an opportune time to forecast how 2011 will unfold in health care. We are likely to see some surprises, such as the sharply rising importance of primary care physicians. Here are some predictions about the new year: More consolidation is on its way in healthcare under Obamacare, which […]Read More
October 22, 2010 source: CNBC Video Joseph Brakohiapa, President and CEO of Clean Power Finance was featured on a CNBC Video segment entitled Big Business of Small Business. Mr. Brakohiapa responded to questions on the health of the small business market and how government policies and regulations are affecting small businesses. Watch the interview. (Joseph […]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.