Take an inside look at a few innovative and successful Alliance members that are helping to build a clean, green and efficient economy in California.

Ambassador Energy, Murrieta
Bright Green Talent, San Francisco
California Energy Efficiency Industry Council, Oakland
CleanTECH Los Angeles, Los Angeles
CleanTECH San Diego, San Diego
Coulomb Technologies, Campbell
Ecologic Brands, Oakland
Green Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco
Growingreen Energy, Mammoth Lakes
Inland Empire Labor Management Cooperation Committee, Redlands
Nettleton Strategies, San Diego
Professional Engineers in California Government, Sacramento
Rent-A-Green Box, Costa Mesa
Resi-Shred, LLC, West Covina
Run On Sun, Pasadena
Serious Materials, Sunnyvale
Sidel Systems USA, Atascadero
Small Business California, San Francisco
Straus Family Creamery, Marshall
The Write Choice Network, Mammoth Lakes


Bright Green Talent, San Francisco
Managing Partner Nick Ellis discusses his company’s work channeling environmental leaders into the best organizations worldwide.

California Energy Efficiency Industry Council, Oakland
Read profiles of California Energy Efficiency Industry Council member companies that are helping Californians save energy, lower their utility bills, and improve the environment, all the while creating jobs and growing the economy.
California Energy Efficiency Industry Council

CleanTECH Los Angeles, Los Angeles
Clean Tech Los Angeles profiles LA’s growing clean energy economy.

CleanTECH San Diego, San Diego
CleanTECH San Diego profiles San Diego’s growing clean energy economy.

Coulomb Technologies, Campbell
Watch a demonstration of Coulomb Technologies charging stations for electric vehicles.

Ecologic Brands, Oakland
The Ecologic Brands’ bottle was developed as an alternative to plastic jugs and non-recyclable containers, combining a rigid outer shell made from 100% recycled and compostable cardboard and newspapers, with a lightweight recyclable inner pouch.

Green Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco
Members discuss the value of the Green Chamber of Commerce.

Growingreen Energy, Mammoth Lakes
Founder Selim Sandoval discusses his work with cities, universities, non-profits and other partners to train and employ workers in clean energy projects.

Inland Empire Labor Management Cooperation Committee, Redlands
The Inland Empire Labor Management Cooperation Committee (IELMCC), located in Redlands, facilitates and coordinates the training, operation, and management of electrical construction enterprises throughout the Inland Empire. “Through IELMCC, energy becomes productivity.”

Nettleton Strategies, San Diego
An interview with Carl Nettleton of Nettleton Strategies at the 2010 Governors’ Climate Change Summit in Davis.

Professional Engineers in California Government, Sacramento
“The Next Frontier,” a documentary on renewable clean energy technologies, is sponsored by the Professional Engineers in California Government.

Rent-A-Green Box, Costa Mesa
Spencer Brown explains his innovative Costa Mesa-based company.

Resi-Shred, LLC, West Covina
Resi-Shred’s Eugene Partida talks about his faith in the green economy.

Run On Sun, Pasadena
Installing Solar at Pasadena’s Westridge School for Girls



Serious Materials, Sunnyvale
CEO Kevin Surace discusses mobilizing a world-class clean energy workforce.

Sidel Systems USA, Atascadero
Sidel Systems USA helps industries reduce their energy costs, decrease their greenhouse gas pollution, and conserve water by utilizing the company’s waste heat recovery system.

Small Business California, San Francisco
Small Business California has published a new booklet 32 Examples of Chambers of Commerce & Chamber Members in California: Leading the Clean Energy Economy. The booklet profiles local California chambers of commerce and their members who are demonstrating how recovering profits through energy efficiency can help strengthen the chamber, its business members and the community.
Leading the Clean Energy Economy

Straus Family Creamery, Marshall
Albert Straus, founder and president of Straus Family Creamery, discusses their sustainable farming practices and renewable energy generation from a methane digester installed on their dairy farm.

The Write Choice Network, Mammoth Lakes
Using the “Healthy Village” model of community development, The Write Choice Network supports the Marin City Health and Wellness Center, a clinic that improves the health of low-income communities and builds the local green economy.

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