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How California startups can successfully compete for funding from California Energy Commission's upcoming "Bringing Rapid Innovation Development to Green Energy" program
Funded by the California Energy Commission (CEC), the Bringing Rapid Innovation Development to Green Energy (BRIDGE) Program allows start-up companies that have previously received federal or CEC funding to continue working on their technology without waiting for a new public funding opportunity or pausing to raise private funding.

We are pleased to be collaborating with the California Energy Commission to help prepare entrepreneurs for the 2020 BRIDGE solicitation. BRIDGE is a competitive grant solicitation for California cleantech startups that have previously received state or federal grants aiming to sustain funding for research topics that have already been invested in. The first BRIDGE solicitation in 2017 provided funding for 12 projects totaling just over $30 million.

Join us on Tuesday, July 7, 1:00-2:30 PM to learn more about the CEC's BRIDGE Program, hear from past awardees on their application and program experience, and gain tips for designing a competitive application for the 2020 solicitation.

This event is hosted by Momentum in collaboration with the California Energy Commission.

The webinar is free to attend, but registration is required.


Agenda

1. About CEC's BRIDGE Program. Presented by Eric Stokes, Chief of Energy Deployment and Market Facilitation Office at CEC.
2. Reflection From Past Awardees.
a. SkyCool Systems. Presented by Eli Goldstein, Co-Founder & CEO.
b. Glint Lighting. Andrew Kim, VP of Product Development & Peter Kozodoy, CEO.
3. Tips for Designing a Competitive BRIDGE Application. Presented by Shawn Garvey, CEO of Momentum.
4. Q&A

Jul 7, 2020 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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