Congratulations to Cleantech Grants, Grant Management Team!

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Our grants managements team has generated over $185 million in grant awards. We specialize in the following areas:

Alternative Transportation

Renewable Energy

Biomass/Biofuels

Solar

Water Infrastructure

Information Technologies

Cyber Security

Geothermal

Workforce Development

Agriculture

Education

Human Services/Housing/HUD

Environmental Programs

Natural Resources/Trails

Community Planning/Urban Greening

Children’s Services

Tribal

Military

Some Awarded Grants

Department of Energy

Industrial Capture – Beneficial Reuse of Carbon (Phase 2)

$25,000,000

California Energy Commission

Alternative and Renewable Fuel Infrastructure

$15,700,000

CA Energy Commission PON-09-006

Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program

$6,400,000

CA Energy Commission PON-09-006

Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program

$5,200,000

CA Energy Commission PON-13-609

Pilot-Scale and Commercial-Scale Advanced Biofuels Production Facilities

$5,000,000

Department of Energy

Industrial Capture – Beneficial Reuse of Carbon (Phase 1)

$3,400,000

California Energy Commission

Alternative Renewable Fuel

$2,200,000

California Energy Commission

Energy Innovations Small Grant Transportation Program

$2,100,000

CA Energy Commission PON-13-501

Emerging Technology Demonstration (ETDG III-Natural Gas)

$1,700,000

CALFED

Sacramento River Monitoring Program

$1,400,000

State Water Resources Control Board

Big Chico Creek and Lindo Channel Floodplain, Wetland and Riparian restoration

$1,300,000

New York State Research and Development Authority

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Demonstration Program

$1,000,000

New York State Research and Development Authority

PON-2301 Round 2 – Workplace EVSE Demonstration Program

$1,000,000

Sierra Nevada Conservancy

Iron Canyon Fish Passage Construction

$1,000,000

California Energy Commission PON-13-504

Renewable Energy and Conservation Planning Grants

$699,996

CALFED Ecosystem Roundtable

Sacramento River Conservation Area Working Landscapes Grant

$671,000

National Science Foundation

Concrete Industry Management Expansion Program (one of three partners)

$667,000

Brickyard Creek Watershed Project

Brickyard Creek Watershed Project- Phase 1 and Phase 2

$659,000

Resources Legacy Fund

Funding for land acquisition and watershed outreach

$650,000

California EPA – State Water Resources Control Board

Proposition 84 Stormwater Grant Program – Round 2

$648,284

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Iron Canyon Fish Ladder

$630,000

Deer Creek 204 Project

Included permit coordination and overall project management

$600,000

Iron Canyon Fish Ladder

Iron Canyon Fish Ladder – Phase 1 of multi-phase project: Permits and pre-construction

$599,821

Red Bank and Reeds Creek Watershed Projects

Permit coordination and over-all project administration

$540,000

Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEMC) Corporation

CCEMC Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses

$500,000

California Energy Commission

PON-11-602 Alternative Fuels Infrastructure, EV Chargers

$499,512

CA Energy Commission PON-13-606

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

$498,475

City of Chico subcontract to conduct restoration work

Verbena Fields and Bidwell Avenue Restoration

$498,000

CA Energy Commission PON-13-606

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

$497,357

CA Energy Commission PON-13-606

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

$491,290

CA Energy Commission PON-13-606

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

$474,052

State Water Resources Control Board – Subcontract

Joint program with the Big Chico Creek Watershed Alliance

$450,000

California Energy Commission

PON-13-603 Alternative Fuel Readiness Plans

$360,000

New York State Research and Development Authority

PON-2301 Round 2 – Workplace EVSE Demonstration Program

$334,000

Department of Justice

Coordinated Tribal Assistance FY13

$223,769

California Watershed Funding Database

California Watershed Funding Database – Developed prototype and conducted training

$211,000

Deer Creek Roads Survey

Deer Creek Roads Survey

$175,000

Tehama County Resource Conservation District

Subcontract with Tehama County RCD

$85,000

Lindo Channel Monitoring Program

Lindo Channel Monitoring Program – Team Arundo del Norte

$75,000

California Energy Commission

PON-11-602 Alternative Fuels Infrastructure, EV Chargers

$71,500

Butte County Resource Conservation District

Watershed coordination on Big Chico and Little Chico Creeks

$68,640

Association of Bay Area Governments

CA Energy Commission Grant Administration Services

$50,000

Portland Cement Association

National Recycling Study

$45,000

State Parks Department

rundo [giant cane plant pest] removal and GIS mapping

$32,000

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Non-native removal on Deer Creek in Tehama County, CA

$25,000

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Non-native Removal at Big Creek Ecological Reserve

$25,000

California Energy Commission

PON-11-602 Alternative Fuels Infrastructure, EV Chargers

$16,000

Child Abuse Prevention Center

Program Evaluation Services

$10,000

Great Valley Center Legacy Funds

North Valley Renewable Energy Strategic Plan Development Support

$6,500

www.cleantechgrants.com

Joshua D Mosshart

About the Author

Joshua Mosshart
Joshua D. Mosshart MSFS, CHFC, CLU, CASL, Founder Mr. Mosshart is Co-Chairman Commercial Capital Plus and Malia Ventures Inc. Joshua has collaborated with the United Nations, Hollywood Celebrities and Captains of industry structuring off market transactions. The decade prior he was working in the debt and equity markets managing capital for high net worth individuals. He received his Masters of Science in Financial Services degree, MSFS from the Institute of Business and Finance. Mr. Mosshart worked on Wall Street and had extensive training at the Union Bank of Switzerland. His certifications include the following: Certified Estate Advisor, National Association of Financial and Estate Planning (N.A.F.E.P.). Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) Certification Curriculum, American College. ​ Chartered Financial Consultant (CHFC®) designation the “The Industry’s Most Complete Financial Planning Program” . Chartered Advisor in Senior Living (CASL®) retirement coaching designation as a leading credential in the senior/retirement area. Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU®) designation which is the highest level designation available in the life insurance profession. Additionally he was awarded his series 7, 24, 63, & 66 securities licenses (no longer active). ​ Joshua writes BLOGS about procuring grants in Washington. ​ Joshua, a former Merchant Marine, co-founded a non-profit organization raising significant capital for endangered species in his youth. ​ Earth-Friends non-profit organization became the first non-profit organization to operate on the Mall in Washington D.C. He also served as a delegate for the United Nations RIO-20. Joshua represents a portfolio of 41 clean-tech companies facilitating the procurement of Unsolicited grant funding requests for clean-technology companies for FY 2014 with various Federal Agencies.