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
EcoFactor and Sentilla just won the Greentech Media Research’s 2013 Smart Grid Innovation award. These awards, which were unveiled as part of the research firm’s newly released The Networked Grid 150 vendor ecosysystem report, recognize best-in-class products and services in the smart grid market. Hearty congratulations to the teams at EcoFactor and Sentilla. EcoFactor ’s […]Read More
January 5, 2013 source: GigaOm GigaOm’s article 13 energy data startups to watch in 2013 includes one of our portfolio companies, EcoFactor. GigaOm said, “Data analytics took the energy sector by storm in 2012, and a bunch of companies launched, raised funding and grew their businesses last year. Here’s 13 energy data startups you should watch […]Read More
We’re sponsoring the SXSW Eco conference on October 3-5 2012 featuring sessions from experts in the public, private and academic sectors committed to finding solutions for a sustainable world. We’ve also submitted a panel suggestion: How Intelligence at the Edge Creates a Greener Grid.Read More
May 4, 2011 source: GreenTechMedia by Jeff St. John The startup specializing in energy management microgrids for hospitals raises money to expand to other customers with critical power backup needs. Blue Pillar, a startup that’s built up an interesting niche in enabling hospitals to manage power for efficiency and demand response needs, has raised a $7 […]Read More
March 25, 2012 source: GigaOM Earth2Tech Update: March 27, 2012 – see GigaOM’s followup article: The story of Energy Cache, a drop-dead simple energy idea by Katie Fehrenbacher from an extensive interview with the founder and President of Energy Cache, Aaron Fyke, giving the details of how the technology works, how the company came into being, where it’s headed […]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.