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

The Cleantech Council is a community of tech scouts, partnership execs, and investors who are committed to partnering with startups to meet their clean, green, and sustainability goals. Members represent forward-looking corporations from a wide variety of industries across energy, materials, manufacturing, and mobility.

  • Date: 04/09/2024 08:30 AM
  • Location 9Zero, 350 California Street, San Francisco, CA, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Remote Access available to members; instructions in confirmation email



Cleantech Council members and guests gather monthly to review new technologies and a handful of new clean, green, and sustainability companies and solutions coming out of the technology industry's entrepreneurial community across the globe.  

This month's member meeting is followed by a Roundtable Lunch on Solar Innovation.

Thanks to 9Zero for hosting this meeting in their new Climate Tech Hub in San Francisco. Thanks to Cleantech Council Members for running today's Q&A:

  • Motus Ventures' Managing Partner, Jim DiSanto
  • Nissan's Sustainability Analyst

Startup segments invited to present on this agenda include:

  • Climate Intelligence
  • Hydrogen
  • Alternative Fuel
  • Food Tech

Startups with innovative new products and services across the broad range of new technologies in clean, green and sustainability segments are encouraged to apply for this or future Cleantech Council agenda. As you can see from our past agenda, we introduce technologies from many different sectors - from batterytech, materials, ag, water, wind, solar, and more across manufacturing, consumer, enterprise, energy storage, sequestration, software, construction, IoT, data, AT, grid, mining, food, circular economy and many, many more. Selected companies pitch for free. APPLY HERE


After this morning's Startup Review for members only, we continue with more startups and experts working on Solar. Innovation around solar energy is following a typical exponential innovation curve and recent improvements in efficiency and lower costs had led to a ton of innovation and new companies.

Startups invited to this agenda are working on:

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


Bi-monthly Startup Review meetings are closed to non-members, the public and media. Guest passes for future members may be available on a fit and capacity basis. Regular participants include tech scouts, innovation strategy, partnership executives and corporate development delegates from:

  • Energy & Utility companies 
  • Materials & Chemical companies 
  • Mobility & Automotive companies
  • Cleantech & Greentech investors
  • ...AND, see the growing list of this month's registered attendees will be linked above 2 weeks before the meeting