We provide advocacy, collaboration, and practical resources to Colorado's cleantech innovators.
Now Taking Applications for the Oil & Gas Cleantech Challenge
The Oil and Gas Cleantech Challenge (OGCC) is a product innovation showcase and competition that connects clean technology solutions to the oil and natural gas industry. As the oil and natural gas industry evolves and faces challenging markets, it continues to invest in technologies that address methane mitigation, resource usage, water quality and operational risks.
Energy Fellows Institute 2018 – It’s a Wrap!
The seventh annual Energy Fellows Institute program ran from May 16-23 in 2018. The Institute offers a concentrated program featuring industry thought leaders, energy and cleantech CEOs, discussions with finance and research experts, and tours of Front Range energy companies and facilities.
Cleantech In Colorado
CCIA acts as an extra set of eyes and ears in the Colorado Capitol, helping companies of all sizes monitor and lobby for legislative action that benefits our sector, and in turn the people of Colorado. CCIA’s legislative policy support is making a big difference for clean technology here in Colorado.Bonnie Trowbridge
Become A Member!
Events are an important part of the lifeblood of CCIA. We typically host 3-5 events per month ranging from casual networking events to our annual Awards Celebration, to the intensive deep-dive program Energy Fellows Institute.
As a CCIA member you become part of an active, engaged and growing industry community. Through the strength of the CCIA’s member community, CCIA is able to provide the support needed to help grow Colorado’s cleantech economy membership.
From The Blog
"Recycled Energy: Capturing Waste Heat to Generate Power"
Here in Colorado, companies are capturing waste heat from industrial processes and using it to generate electricity with no additional fuel or emissions. Called recycled energy or waste heat to power, these systems can improve electric service reliability onsite, create cost savings by reducing the amount of purchased fuel and electricity, provide power to remote locations, and reduce a company’s carbon footprint and emissions.