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CleanTechOC Expo: It’s All About Jobs

Job Creation – How to grow employment in Southern California will be the focus of the CleanTech OC 2010 Conference & Expo on Monday, September 27th at 12:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Irvine.  More than 300 top business, government and private investment leaders in clean technology will come together to focus on…

CleanTechOC 2010 Conference and Expo in Irvine on Sept 27

Clean technology is likely to be one of the most significant engines for job growth over the next decade. Clean tech companies include alternative energy producers, alternative fuel vehicles, green building companies, non-polluting product manufacturers and the banks, venture capitalists and other firms that support them.

The CleanTech OC 2010 Conference will provide a symposium for the exchange of ideas, information, and business opportunities among clean tech companies, government entities, and academia, including facilitating investment, joint business ventures, and other collaborations.

Scenes from the IPSF Gala

Tonight’s sold out Irvine Public Schools Foundation Gala was the place to see and be seen in Irvine this Friday night and attracted a big crowd to honor some of the best and brightest to graduate from Irvine’s schools.  And yes, Rep. John Campbell did come to the event and more than one guest grumbled about a…

Allies of Jerry Amante use Liberal OC’s Report of Steven Choi’s Carpetbagging to Call for a Criminal Complaint for Election Fraud

A Liberal OC post about Irvine Council member Steven Choi’s residency in AD-70 is repeatedly referenced in a request for an investigation into charges of election/voter fraud filed by Tustin council member Jerry Amante’s pal Doug Davert. You can read about the entire complaint by going to Internet Truth Squad’s website and despite it’s claim they’ve been outing corruption since 2004, the Choi complaint is the only item you can read about

CleanTechOC debuts

CleanTech OC, a new trade association created to support more than 200 clean technology companies in Orange County, today announced the organization’s formation and leadership.  CleanTech OC will seek to establish Orange County as a center of clean technology innovation, investment, research and development, environmental improvement, and job creation for tomorrow’s green economy.  CleanTech OC, a new trade association created to support more than 200 clean technology companies in Orange County, today announced the organization’s formation and leadership.  CleanTech OC will seek to establish Orange County as a center of clean technology innovation, investment, research and development, environmental improvement, and job creation for tomorrow’s green economy.