Los Angeles Grand Park redesigned as a multifunctional green space by Rios Clementi Hale Studios
Los Angeles is on its way to becoming the greenest big city in the United States. The City is turning clean technology into a major economic engine while simultaneously helping with everyday operational choices that reduce your business' impact on the environment and lower operating costs.

From developing a Clean Air Action Plan to cultivating a booming CleanTech Industry to creating L.A.’s first-ever Sustainable City pLAn, Los Angeles is dedicated to assisting in the cleaning and greening of businesses all over town.

Get your business involved in the greening of Los Angeles. Discover the many ways L.A. is serving its customers, including environmental tax breaks, business recycling programs, and assistance with Brownfields remediation, among multiple other initiatives.

Clean Technology in Los Angeles

Los Angeles has some of the most progressive environmental policies and initiatives in the nation, resulting in more than $1 billion of investment in cleantech programs such as sustainable development, renewable energy, and clean transportation. Within this decade, LA will have invested $10 billion in the City's cleantech industry.


Green your Business

Green your Business

Los Angeles strives to be the cleanest urban center in the country. Find resources on how your business can improve energy efficiency, waste management and carbon footprint.

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Green your Community

Green your Community

Check out our "7 Easy Steps" to see how you can make street and sidewalk improvements, plant street trees, and get energy efficient street lights in front of your establishment.

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The Sustainable City pLAnLA Cleantech logo and website link

Mayor Eric Garcetti introduced Los Angeles' Sustainable City pLAn in 2015, committing to changes that will ensure a healthy community for future generations. With immediate and evolving challenges facing our environment and economy, a renewed commitment to action is needed now more than ever. LA’s 2019 Green New Deal is an expanded vision of the plan, working harder to secure clean air, clean water and an increasingly stable climate, while also expanding access to healthy food and open space.


Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI)LA Cleantech Incubator logo and website link

At the heart of LA's initiatives to support the clean technology sector is the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI), which accelerates development of cleantech start-ups by offering flexible office space, CEO coaching and mentoring, and access to a growing network of experts and capital. LACI recently merged with CleanTech LA - bringing together business, government and academia to expand and develop the clean technology sector in Los Angeles by promoting sustainability and economic growth.


Grid110Grid110 logo and website link

Grid 110, a 501c3, is an incubator that activates the startup ecosystem in Los Angeles by assisting early stage entrepreneurs in the most critical phases of their business cycle, promoting economic development by fostering green businesses and technology. Now in the 4th year of programming, Grid 110 has worked with 84 companies and has created over 50 employment opportunities.


PortTech Los AngelesPort Tech LA logo and website link

PortTech Los Angeles is a non-profit innovation and commercialization center dedicated to creating sustainable businesses for ports and the goods movement industry. By connecting entrepreneurs, strategic partners and investors, they accelerate innovation, advance clean technologies and create local economic opportunities.