Industry partnerships play a critical role in moving products from the lab to the marketplace. CLTC partners with a variety of component, lamp, fixture, and controls manufacturers, as well as with California’s public campuses, utilities and state agencies, in fulfilling its mission to bring innovative, energy-saving products and practices into widespread use.
Silicon Valley Power (SVP) is the City of Santa Cara's municipal electric utility. For over 100 years SVP has been successfully and reliably meeting the City’s electricity needs while helping its customers use energy wisely. The utility’s energy efficiency programs, incentives, rebates, green power program, and outreach efforts save Santa Clara residents and businesses money and energy.
Today's Southern California Edison is the product of more than a century of being there to provide reliable electric service, "a necessity to modern life and progress," to some of the most dynamic areas of central, coastal and southern California.
Universal Lighting Technologies is the global leader in ballasts and controls for commercial lighting applications — including LED, electronic linear fluorescent, HID, compact fluorescent solutions and more. Universal Lighting Technologies is a wholly owned subsidiary of Panasonic Corporation Eco Solutions Company and part of the Panasonic family of companies.
The University of California, Davis is the largest of the 10 University of California campuses, with 5,200 acres, second in total expenditures and third in enrollment. UC Davis stands 24th in research funding among universities in the United States, according to the most recent information from the National Science Foundation. U.S. News & World Report has repeatedly ranked UC Davis among the top public universities nationally, placing it 48th. UC Davis is one of only 62 universities admitted to the prestigious Association of American Universities.
The VELUX name is derived from two words: ventilation and lux, the Latin word for light. With manufacturing companies in 11 countries and sales companies in just under 40 countries, VELUX is one of the strongest brands in the global building materials sector. VELUX creates better living environments with daylight and fresh air through the roof. The company has worked with many schools to accomplish a balance of natural light and artificial light that saves energy and money.
Today, Wal-Mart is a global company with more than 1.8 million associates worldwide and nearly 6,500 stores and wholesale clubs across 14 countries. Wal-Mart had become a textbook example of managing rapid growth without losing sight of a company's basic values. In Wal-Mart's case, the basic value was, and is, customer service.