CalCEF

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CalCEFCalifornia Clean Energy Fund (San Francisco, CA)
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She will work with CalCEF to explore avenues for promoting angel investing.
At the end of 2011, one out of every three homes were underwater and the state accounted for 26 percent of the nation's negative equity," said Lori Bamberger, the report's lead author and CalCEF Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
It operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of CalCEF Catalyst, a 501(c)(6) trade association, and is primarily funded by dues and contributions from members.
The securitization of solar assets will unleash one of the most powerful forces in finance, establishing an enormous new pool of capital to support the industry's growth," said Dan Adler, president of CalCEF.
In a new white paper released today, CalCEF has proposed a suite of new private insurance instruments and policy frameworks to help address this issue.
A new session moderated by Dan Adler, managing director of the Clean Energy Angel Fund and CalCEF, and including Dan Rosen, CEO, Solar Mosaic, will explore the clean tech landscape and the newest products and strategies for sustainable and responsible investors.
The conference's panels include speakers from venture investors Kleiner Perkins, CalCEF and Nth Power; banks Wells Fargo and Citigroup; startups Metrus Energy and Renewable Funding; policy leaders from the CPUC, DOE and San Francisco Department of Environment; and established companies including Resource Solutions Group, Johnson Controls and McKinstry.
CLEVELAND, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Manufacturers, schools, churches, and clinics throughout the Buckeye State could cut tens of millions of dollars a year on their energy bills, thanks to a new pioneering financial tool launching today by the Council of Smaller Enterprises, efficiency-services financer Metrus Energy, and CalCEF, an organization focused on accelerating clean energy technologies.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The CalCEF Clean Energy Angel Fund ("CalCEF Angel Fund") today announced the final close of its premier fund with just under $11 million in committed capital from leading institutional and individual investors including the PCG Clean Energy & Technology Fund.
Battery technology companies are increasingly confronted by a serious lack of trained professionals to get the job done," said Jeff Anderson, interim Executive Director of CalCharge and managing director of CalCEF, a group of organizations promoting the development of a clean-energy economy.
Market uncertainty and low natural gas prices caused some skittishness with investors last year," said Dan Adler, advisor to Next 10, and President of CalCEF Ventures, a venture capital fund created to accelerate investment in California's clean energy economy.
CalCEF, Google, Hudson CEP, Clean Energy Group, NVCA and The Hartford Reveal Actionable Solutions for Clean Energy Commercial Development at REFF-Wall Street