February 28, 2012 Source: Comcast Comcast announced today it has entered into an agreement with EcoFactor,a provider of energy management solutions, to create a new service that optimizes the heating and cooling patterns of a home and integrates with the Xfinity Home platform. By collaborating with EcoFactor, Comcast is further enhancing its Xfinity Home service […]Read More
December 4, 2011 source: marketwire I am excited that EcoFactor has appointed a new CEO –Roy Johnson–who can help drive the company to bring residential energy to the mass market. Roy has deep experience in the energy conservation business. John Steinberg, the former CEO will remain with the company in his role as Founder and […]Read More
March 2, 2011 source: GreenTechGrid “Utilities are getting far more data than they have ever had and are just beginning to think of how they might take advantage of that operationally.” — Paul Straub – Brother, Can You Spare a Statistician? At ARPA-E, everyone wants to know how to take advantage of all these new […]Read More
February 16, 2011 source: peHUB Remember the Internet’s last mile dilemma? The smart grid may have its own a last mile difficulties. High costs and immature technologies could leave consumers short of power and utilities with few options to deliver it. Both dilemmas will restrict the nation’s ability to manage power in an age of […]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
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
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.