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Business Overview of CleanTech San Diego

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Presenter: Lisa Bicker, CleanTech San Diego

Presenter: Lisa Bicker, CleanTech San Diego

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  • 1. Business Overview
  • 2. CleanTECH San Diego was created in 2007 to:
    • Create Jobs. Advance and diversify the San Diego
    • region’s economic development goals
    • Fill a Gap. Bring together the region’s diverse clean tech
    • Stakeholders around a common agenda
    • Prepare for the New Economy. Help San Diego
    • prepare for and benefit from California’s proactive
    • regulatory policies
    • Mission: Accelerate the San Diego region as a world
    • leader in the clean technology economy
    Background and Overview
  • 3.
    • An Unparalleled Record of Success
    • Strong Track Record. We know how to grow clusters into
    • economic engines
    • Diverse Research Base. Over 40 research institutes are located
    • on the mesa: the pace of discovery continues to accelerate
    • Greenest Campus in Country. UCSD located in the heart of the
    • research hub
    • First Green Certificates. SDSU’ s College of Extended Studies
    • is first to offer professional certificates in the green industry
    • Market Connectivity Groups. CONNECT and others provide
    • infrastructure for young companies
    San Diego’s Innovation Economy
  • 4.
    • Solar. Approximately 5,000 megawatts of electricity available in San
    • Diego County. Enough for over 3 million customers during peak usage.
    • Another 35,000 megawatts are available through Imperial County.
    • Wind. Gross potential for wind power in the San Diego region of 6,900
    • megawatts. Technical potential of 1,500 megawatts.
    • Biofuels. One of the nation’s largest producers of biomass including
    • urban wood wastes, agricultural wastes, forestry and landfill gas. Urban
    • wood waste alone could support 40 to 100 megawatts of power generation.
    • Ocean Science. World leader in ocean science. Global warming
    • discovered here. Many ocean science and ocean energy companies.
    • Geography. Proximity to the Mexican border and Imperial Valley is a
    • strong competitive asset.
    San Diego’s Resource Advantages
  • 5.
    • Huge Renewable Company Base. More wind companies
    • call San Diego home than any other region in the state
    • Business Expansions/Retentions. Siliken Energy,
    • Kyocera, Q-Cells
    • New Company Formations. 642 clean tech companies,
    • Half innovators/Half facilitators, Steady growth in new company
    • formations
    • Building Industry Leaders. Host to the nation’s first
    • LEED Platinum buildings
    • Sustainability Minded Utility . Supports clean tech
    • through equity investments
    • Venture Capital Presence . “ San Diego seems to be an
    • untapped market with an extraordinary amount of innovation
    • and opportunity .” Mohr Davidow Partner
    San Diego’s Vibrant Private Sector
  • 6. Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine
  • 7. Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine
  • 8. Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES BIOTECH COMPANIES Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine
  • 9. Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES BIOTECH COMPANIES CLEAN TECH COMPANIES = 642 278 Innovators/364 Facilitators Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine
  • 10. Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES BIOTECH COMPANIES CLEAN TECH COMPANIES = 273 Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine ENERGY EFFICIENCY= 48 SOLAR= 116 BIOFUELS= 19 WIND= 30 TRANSPORTATION= 29 MATERIALS= 10
  • 11. Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES BIOTECH COMPANIES CLEAN TECH COMPANIES • ALGAE COMPANIES Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine
  • 12. Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES BIOTECH COMPANIES CLEAN TECH COMPANIES • ALGAE COMPANIES Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine
  • 13. Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES BIOTECH COMPANIES CLEAN TECH COMPANIES • ALGAE COMPANIES • TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine
  • 14. Leading the Nation to a Future of Clean Technology Build a Clean Tech Economic Engine Accelerate Cluster Development by Tracking and Supporting Company Formation and Business Growth. RESEARCH INSTITUTES HIGH TECH COMPANIES BIOTECH COMPANIES CLEAN TECH COMPANIES • ALGAE COMPANIES • TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
  • 15.
    • CONTACT INFORMATION:
    • CleanTECH San Diego
    • 4510 Executive Drive
    • San Diego CA 92121
    • www.cleantechsandiego.org
    • 858-568-8010
        • Lisa Bicker Holly Lepre
        • President and CEO Vice President
        • [email_address] [email_address]
    How To Get Involved