Founded in 2008, CCIA is a statewide, industry-led, industry-focused organization dedicated to promoting Colorado’s cleantech industry. CCIA impacts Colorado’s policies, people, products and programs that drive expansion of a cleaner, cheaper, more efficient and secure energy economy. Through advocacy, public policy leadership, development and education, CCIA works to ensure that Colorado is a global cleantech leader.
Our past accomplishments have all started out with the main goal of helping our members.
Board of Directors
CCIA’s Board of Directors is comprised of industry leaders from across Colorado’s clean technology landscape.
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Colorado Cleantech Action Plan
In 2010, CCIA commissioned the Cleantech State Plan when the state’s cleantech industry was growing faster than the Colorado economy as a whole. Colorado had established its leadership position from two core strengths: innovation and policy leadership. The plan outlines the areas in which the investment of stakeholder time, funding, and expertise could have the most significant impact on Colorado’s ability to sustain and grow a leadership position in the cleantech industry to drive the state’s economic growth in the coming decades.
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From The Blog
"Internet of Energy"
Everywhere we look, more and more devices are connected. The cost of sensors has declined precipitously, and startups like Nest and Netatmo are creating devices that seamlessly talk to each other and to the cloud. Big companies like Apple, Google and Samsung are battling to own the connected home platform...