Building bridges across the clean energy divide involves addressing barriers to participation. These barriers affect the pace of investment, especially for distributed energy solutions such as building energy upgrades, on-site solar, and transportation electrification. This course will explore innovative business models that are responsive to calls for equity and inclusion, and it will give special attention to California’s ongoing clean energy finance rulemaking in the utility sector to open the clean energy economy for all.

Instructors: Hummel, H. (PI); Kinslow, A. (PI)

Instructors: Hummel, H. (PI); Kinslow, A. (PI)
Faculty Principal Investigator (PI) Required?: N/A

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Participate in Stanford's Big Earth Hackathon challenge on wildland fires by finding an innovative solution to wildland fire prediction, prevention, and/or evacuation. Students work in self-organized diverse teams of 2-4 students in weeks 1-8, with a final presentation of the work on...
This course is designed for both undergrad and graduate students eager to explore how entrepreneurship can be utilized to promote sustainability and enduring positive change. Throughout this class, students have the invaluable opportunity to learn about the human-centered approach of startup making and generating the funding thesis from a teaching team of a design-thinking researcher, seasoned venture capitalists, and accomplished entrepreneurs, gaining insights into their strategies for creating lasting impacts...
The challenges associated with climate change and sustainability are seemingly ubiquitous throughout the broader entrepreneurship, venture, and innovation ecosystem today. But is entrepreneurship for climate and sustainability really unique? In what ways is it different from other forms of entrepreneurship? This seminar course, only open to members of the current Mayfield Fellows, Accel Leaders, Threshold Ventures Fellows, and Xfund Fellows.