CalSEED Grant Applications Accepted Through February 28

The California Energy Commission is accepting applications for a grant program that supports entrepreneurs working on early-stage clean energy concepts through February 28.

The California Sustainable Energy Entrepreneur Development (CalSEED) provides up to $150,000 in grants with an additional $450,000 available in follow-on funding. Recipients also have access to technical, mentoring, and business development support through CalSEED’s network of training organizations, businesses, universities, and clean energy incubators.

CalSEED is funded through the Energy Commission’s Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) program, which supports clean energy research. The California Clean Energy Fund manages CalSEED. Grants totaling $4.2 million were awarded to 28 entrepreneurs last year.

To learn more about the CalSEED program or to apply for a grant, visit

Danny Kennedy of the California Clean Energy Fund talks about recent CalSEED grant recipients:

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