San Diego’s Cleantech Cluster: The A to Z List of Clean-Technology and Alternative-Energy Innovation
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CEYX Technologies (San Diego, CA)
Venture-backed CEYX provides software that enables electronics design teams to replace a power-hungry circuit board with a digital file embedded in custom or off-the-shelf microprocessors.
Chai Energy (Del Mar, CA)
Chai is developing alternative energy technologies, including nanoscale fusion and fuel cells for use in vehicles and in other applications.
Clean Air Power (Poway, CA)
This company has pioneered the use of dual-fuel technologies that allow heavy duty diesel engines to operate primarily on natural gas, with diesel fuel acting as a “liquid spark plug.”
Cross Technologies (Cardiff, CA)
A privately held company founded by Ken Cross, a chemical engineer, who has developed various nano-catalyst technologies for the remediation of groundwater polluted by chlorinated hydrocarbons, as well as other applications.
EcoLayers (San Diego, CA)
This company develops information management software for helping non-profit organizations, government agencies, and other land stewards manage their environmental assets.
Energy Eye (San Diego, CA)
Energy Eye designs and manufactures wireless devices that monitor room occupancy in hotel rooms, schools, office buildings, and other buildings, providing energy conservation and cost savings.
Enpex (Del Mar, CA)
Enpex specializes in developing and deploying advanced energy technologies, including enhanced oil recovery techniques and fluidized bed coal combustion.
Enviance (Carlsbad, CA)
Privately held Enviance is a developer of Internet-based software that automates and improves management of environmental, health, and safety compliance activities.