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Green Coast 2013: How the region is leading the way in energy efficiency

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Daniel Emmett, CEO at Goleta-based Next Energy Techonologies. The firm specializes in small molecule organic photovoltaics. (Stephen Nellis photo)

Daniel Emmett, CEO at Goleta-based Next Energy Techonologies. The firm specializes in small molecule organic photovoltaics. (Stephen Nellis photo)

The Business Times published the fifth edition of Green Coast, our annual special report on the business of sustainability in the Tri-Counties, with the April 5, 2013 print edition.

This special section took on a theme for its fifth anniversary: Energy efficiency, how our region is leading the way. Along with profiles on innovative energy firms in the region, Green Coast also included a map detailing the largest energy and efficiency projects and companies in the Tri-Counties.

Here’s a look at what the section includes:

LEADER IN HIGHER EDUCATION

 UCSB Institute for Energy Efficiency, Santa Barbara

COMPANY PROFILES

 • Mainstream Energy, San Luis Obispo

 • Clean Diesel Technologies, Ventura

 • A roundup of leaders in efficient lighting

 • Transphorm, Goleta

 • Next Energy Technologies, Goleta

AT A GLANCE: ENERGY AND EFFICIENCY PROJECTS AND COMPANIES IN THE TRI-COUNTIES

 SAN LUIS OBISPO

  • Avila Beach: Diablo Canyon

  • San Luis Obispo: Mainstream Energy

 Carrizo Plain: California Valley Solar Ranch, Topaz Solar Farm

 SANTA BARBARA

  • Goleta: Transphorm, Cree Lighting, Next Energy Technologies

  • Lompoc: Lompoc Wind Energy Project

 • Cuyama Valley: Cuyama Solar Array Project

VENTURA

 • Thousand Oaks: Ceres

 • Camarillo: Power-One, SolarWorld Industries America

 • Ventura: Clean Diesel Technologies, Biodiesel Industries

• For a copy of the section with profiles and photos of the firms, pick up the April 5-11 print edition of the Business Times. [Newsstand locations are here, or call (805) 560-6950 to subscribe or order copies].

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