Innovation & Performance
Clean Technology

About the Program:

Mayor Peduto, in partnership with the White House Business Council and Business Forward, hosted a Roundtable discussion on Clean Technology in Pittsburgh on July 31, 2014.

It aired LIVE on the City Channel Pittsburgh. View the discussion with civic and business leaders on opportunities to form a shared vision for the future of Clean Tech in the City on our YouTube Channel.

The Mayor looks to build on the momentum in place to accomplish long-term success with Pittsburgh’s Clean Tech leadership. Pittsburgh is moving towards a higher standard of innovation and is strategically placed to be a leader in the Clean Tech movement. Adapting to the market is key and Pittsburgh has shown itself to be resilient.

Each organization invited is working to influence carbon reduction and create a meaningful impact for our City. In attendance was a mix of voices representing corporate businesses, local manufacturers, academic institutions, nonprofits, and the federal and local government sectors.

As a community of Clean Tech leaders, we are looking for a path forward. An alliance is always stronger forged rather than separated.

 

If you would like to engage in the Clean Technology Discussion, email Sustainability Manager Grant Ervin.


Clean Technology Roundtable Summary Report

Summary Report

Roundtable Attendees:

  • Calgon Carbon Corporation
  • Pennsylvania Environmental Council
  • Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation
  • Neoforma Design
  • Renewable Manufacturing Gateway
  • GTECH Strategies
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Jackson/Clark Partners
  • Business Forward
  • PennFuture
  • Office of US Senator Robert P. Casey Jr. 
  • Free Flow Power
  • US Environmental Protection Agency
  • WindStax Wind Power Systems
  • Landbase Systems
  • Optimus Technologies
  • Epiphany Solar Water Systems
  • Bayer Material Science
  • Fourth Economy Consulting
  • Sustainable Pittsburgh
  • Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
  • City of Pittsburgh
  • Environmental Innovation Center
  • Green Building Alliance
  • PA State Senator Matt Smith
  • James Construction
  • URA of Pittsburgh


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