Oregon companies advance in Cleantech Open

Two Oregon companies are advancing to the national round of the Cleantech Open competition.

Two Oregon companies are advancing to the national round of the Cleantech Open competition.

Portland-based Indow Windows and Gresham-based HM3 Energy will join GridMobility, a Redmond, Wash., company in representing the Northwest at the Cleantech Open competition in San Jose Nov. 15-16.
The Cleantech Open is a program for clean energy-related startups that offers mentoring and runs a competition for venture capital. Last year an Oregon company, Beaverton water purification startup Puralytics, took the top prize.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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Last modified onMonday, 19 October 2015 11:40

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