CEO Tanya Barham went on the Climate Champions podcast to discuss CEL's building automation platform.
CEL will be part of Elemental Excelerator's Cohort 11, which is focused on the urgent themes of climate resilience, zero carbon, and the built environment.
CEL has received SBIR Phase II funding to help test, replicate, and scale its technology.
The Oregon Entrepreneurs Network has named CEO Tanya Barham as a finalist for two 2022 Entrepreneurship Awards.
Forward-thinking utility SCE and CEL are helping building owners reduce peak energy consumption while electrifying buildings and satisfying occupant comfort.
CEL was awarded a grant from Rocket Fund to support its building automation platform for disadvantaged K12 schools.
Business Oregon and the Oregon Innovation Council are working with 12 companies, including CEL, to help them leverage the federal grant funding they received.
CEO Tanya Barham discussed energy management for small buildings with Nexus Labs' James Dice.
University of Vermont (UVM) students competed to win a $50,000 investment in CEL.
The Smart & Resilient Schools Summit on June 11, 2022, was a hit. Don't miss the next one!
CEL won a grant through the Small Business Innovation Research program at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Along with 22 other companies, CEL won the CalSEED Concept Award in recognition of its early-stage clean energy innovations.
Venture for ClimateTech selected CEL to participate in its second cohort alongside 11 other organizations.
Google for Startups Accelerator Climate Change announced CEL and 10 other startups will work alongside industry experts over the next three months.
IN2 selected CEL and four other companies to participate in its tenth cohort, and its first cohort focused on demonstration projects.
CEL is pleased to announce the close of our $1MM pre-seed raise, led by Portland Seed Fund.
CEL's Building Automation was a critical technology component in three of the winning teams' proposed designs.
Greentown members, partners, and staff are united by a common mission: solving the climate crisis through entrepreneurship and collaboration.
The California Energy Commission is taking a first step toward a customer-led power sector.
CEL and Washington collaborators are moving clean building and fleet electrification forward.
CEL is one of 15 clean energy start-ups awarded a testing voucher through the CalTestBed Program.
In 2021, CEL was privileged to be awarded a U.S. Department of Energy SBIR and CRADA with Berkeley Lab.
CEL was chosen from more than 250 international startups by a panel of global utility and EPRI subject matter experts.
CEL is excited to join SCEIN, an accelerator for startups that are developing solutions to help California meet its energy goals.
Silicon Valley Clean Energy awarded a $100k Smart & Resilient Schools pilot to CEL & Extensible Energy.
With increasing awareness of climate change and its impact on our lives, it's no surprise that VC funding for climate tech is on the rise.
CEL was one of the eight Regional winners of the 2020 CleanTech Open Accelerator.