Agenda, Attendee List, & Presentation files now available to Cleantech Council members in the library.

This lunch meeting on solar innovation brings together companies working on new solar technologies and companies eager to put them to use. Our Roundtables start with presentations from relevant startups, rolls into an unpanel which involves everyone, includes demo and meeting tables for companies looking to start conversations, and ends with a networking lunch.

  • Date: 04/09/2024 10:30 AM
  • Location 9Zero, 350 California Street, San Francisco, CA, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Remote Access available to members; instructions after registration



Silicon Valley, California, April 12, 2024/Meeting Recap/   On April 9th, the Cleantech Council hosted a meeting in San Francisco at 9zero, focused on the latest innovations in solar energy. The meeting was attended by numerous stakeholders in the cleantech industry, creating a vibrant atmosphere for productive dialogue.

The meeting delved into the remarkable progress made in the solar industry over recent decades. Experts highlighted the relentless pursuit of advancements that have propelled solar energy to become one of the most cost-effective ways to generate electricity. With the potential to revolutionize the energy landscape, solar technology continues to evolve rapidly.

The innovators & startups addressed topics such as:

  • Renewable PV Tech
  • Perovskite
  • Floating Solar
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Energy Storage
  • Home Solar
  • Solar Design
  • Sun Tracking

Attendees and presenters engaged in productive discussions during both the break and lunch. The Cleantech Council’s core mission is to cultivate these relationships and help shorten the time from innovation to implementation for its members. This translates to getting meaningful technological advances deployed and impacting the world at a faster pace.

In addition to startup pitches, we had a roundtable discussion with Solar industry legend, Tom Werner, formerly head of SunPower, and now working as a VC with member company Modus Ventures. With so much experience in the solar business, Tom shared valuable insights with the entire group.

We offer sincere thanks to our host 9zero, the presenters, and the panel speakers for their valuable contributions. They made this a highly successful and informative event for everyone involved. All of the presentations will be available in the Cleantech Council’s Member Library.