LACI Lead Executive in Residence Bob Musselman on the 10th Anniversary of An Inconvenient Truth. #ait10
In LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Sustainable City pLAn First Annual Report for 2015-16, LACI gets called out in the Prosperity and Green Jobs section (chapter 8) for it’s UBI global ranking among cleantech incubators, as well as it’s success with portfolio companies and jobs created. LACI portfolio company Pick My Solar is noted in Local Solar (chapter 2) for the outstanding progress they made in 2015.
OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, today announced that it has agreed to become a strategic partner of the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI). OriginClear has relocated its headquarters to the La Kretz Innovation Campus (La Kretz) in downtown Los Angeles and intends to support the cleantech community by mentoring entrepreneurs in the newly-formed cluster of water technology startups.
Building automation company, Computrols, Inc., has recently joined the ranks of LACI’s list of sponsors. We are excited to welcome Computrols not only as a sponsor but also as an advisor and mentor to our up and coming companies whose aim is to build more sustainable buildings.
Are you developing an innovative solution in distributed or renewable energy, transportation, agriculture, water, or cybersecurity? Apply now to participate in VERGE Accelerate this June 21-23 at VERGE Hawaii: Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit in Honolulu.
Come meet, interact and network with more than 500 VCs, Corporate VCs, angel investors, investment bankers and CEOs of early stage and emerging growth companies at the prestigious Venture Summit | West being held on March 1st – 2nd , 2016 at the Computer History museum in Mountain View.
This is the second consecutive year LACI has received an honor from UBI’s world-renowned rankings, as the 4-year old incubator was recognized as the #6 Incubator globally by UBI in 2014. LACI has proven a successful incubation and commercialization model and established itself as a global leader among cleantech incubators, helping over 40 companies, who have raised $60 million and have created more than 700 jobs.
“This (La Kretz) is a unique place to build a company…a cleantech entrepreneur can take an idea, do research, go down the hall and prototype, then go across the hall to LADWP, and test and get an idea certified…then get a chance to get the idea to marketplace. This is the model for the future.”
Congratulations to LACI Portfolio Company Pick My Solar, who won the $50,000 prize as champions of the Techweek Launch LA pitch competition on Friday November 13.