Happy Holidays!
Happy Holidays from all of us at the WET Center! Our staff wishes you and your families a happy, healthy holiday season.
COVID-19 Resources
The Water, Energy and Technology (WET) Center is proudly working with CMTC in providing meaningful help to over 7,000 California manufacturers to survive, recover, and thrive as they emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.

CMTC is hosting an informational webinar on December 2: Strategies for Infectious Disease Prevention in Manufacturing. 

here to learn more. 

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MWD Grant Solicitations 
December 8, 2020

California Energy Commission
December 16, 2020

Renewable Energy Proposals - SoCal Public Power Authority
December 30, 2020

American-Made Challenges - Groundbreaking Hydro Prize
January 31, 2021

Food Production Investment Program
February 2021

Solicitations for Tomorrow's Storm Tracking Tech
Deadline: February 16, 2021

Plastics Innovation Challenge

Check out Funding Wizard and the California State Grants Portal for
more funding opportunities!

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WET Center Won a $50K Competition!

Clean Technology Market Trend Shows a Rapid Growth by 2027

Two of our WET Members, Nitricity and Membrion, are hiring! 

DOE Announces New Project to Address Manufacturing Challenges

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*Events subject to cancellation/rescheduling as professional recommendations regarding COVID-19 emerge

Resources are Only Valuable if You Use Them | December 1, 2020
Manufacturing also provides a great career path with better wages and employment opportunities. Whether you are a one-person business making a product in your garage or are a 4,000 employee food processor, we have programs and resources that can help.

Now it’s up to you to find out what they are and put them to work for your business.

Connections: Big Bang! + Little Bang | December 8, 2020

Big Bang! Workshop: Write to Win | December 10, 2020

WET Center Webinar Series | December 11
Are you a startup that is looking for an alternative approach to the traditional venture capital "treadmill?" Join us on December 11, 2020, at 10 AM. Like many of the businesses we work with at the WET Center, many startups outside of Silicon Valley are not trying to be the next billion-dollar exit from day one. A more measured approach to growth and risk is often healthier for founders and their companies, but unfortunately, many traditional venture investors tune out when the pitch doesn't include an eight or nine-figure exit. This webinar is FREE and open to the public.

Other Events - New
Venture Catalyst Knowledge Exchange | Dec. 1
Kern County Energy Summit | Dec. 5
Women in CleanTech | Dec. 8

Check out Empower Innovation, a
new BTV partnership,
for more events and funding! 

Classifieds - New

Tech Support Engineer

Program & Community Manager

Digital Marketing Associate

VC Venture Partners

Check out CalAgJobs for 
job postings!

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Want to learn more about what the WET Center and our members have accomplished this year?

Check out our website!

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Bakersfield | Chico | Fresno | Humboldt | Monterey Bay | Sacramento | Truckee

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The Department of Energy is launching the ABC Initiative!

Members in the News - New

Nitricity's fertilizer was used in a Stanford experiment!

HyperBorean was accepted into the PAX Momentum Fall Cohort!

ReNuble is one of the finalists for GrowNY 2020!

Are you a WET member? Have a success story you want to share? Email us to be featured in the newsletter.

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