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16 Regional Finalist Startups Ready for Global Forum, Nov. 11-12, at USC, LA, CA

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All regional showcases just wrapped up! 

The sixteen regional finalist startups described above and in our blog will now compete for the U.S. National Prize. Over 50 current cohort companies have signed up for Global Forum; over 40 investors for Investor Connect; and dozens more startups will be demoing. Visit our blog to see more on our regional finalists.

REGISTER for Global Forum, Nov. 11-12, at USC, LA, CA.


CLEANTECH OPEN NORTHEAST REGIONALS


AeroShield - Winner
Aeroshield has developed a highly transparent, super-insulating silica aerogel used to...

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The Canadian Consulate in New York and Cleantech Open Northeast announce partnership promoting cleantech innovation in the US and Canada

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The Canadian Consulate in New York and Cleantech Open Northeast announce partnership promoting cleantech innovation in the US and Canada The Canadian Consulate recruited startups from across Canada to the renowned Cleantech Open accelerator, is supporting their participation in the program. 

Boston, MA and New York, NY, June 18, 2019 – The Canadian Consulate in New York (“the Consulate”) is partnering with Cleantech Open Northeast to support Canadian cleantech startups, helping them raise funding and gain market traction in the US. This partnership...

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The Cleantech Patent Growth Plateau with Two Consumer-Driven Bright Spots: EVs and Smart Homes

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The Cleantech Patent Growth Plateau with
Two Bright Spots: EVs and Smart Homes


According to research conducted by Kilpatrick Townsend and IPWatchdog, the last decade saw domestic cleantech patent filings growth of over 20% after a peak, followed by a multi-year falling trend (see graph below). The prior federal administration provided easy loans under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to help businesses after the Great Recession. All loan funds were distributed in late 2011, which corresponds with the cleantech patent growth plateau. However, the...

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