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August 11, 2017 - CNET

Here's what it takes to become a smart city

After EDC’s concerted media outreach around San Diego smart cities technology, CNET reporter Ian Sherr interviewed David Graham, deputy chief operating officer for the city of San Diego. The story “Here's what it takes to become a smart city” highlights San Diego’s street light sensor project with GE, and mention of the FRED shuttle service. The reporter also made mention of San Diego smart cities technology in a preceding article, “Chicago maps its underground maze.” 

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June 28, 2017 -

See How This Clean Tech Start Up Plans To Turn Electric Vehicles Into Virtual Power Plants

Spotlighting San Diego’s smart city technology, Forbes featured the partnership between cleantech startup Nuvve and UC San Diego. The two have launched a pilot project, which uses idle electric vehicles as a collective energy storage reservoir. 

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May 1, 2017 - CNBC

San Diego among 10 best US cities for job seekers

With 98 percent job security and opportunity for advancement, San Diego tops the chart for job seekers via Indeed. 

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April 4, 2017 - USA Today

Why trade continues to make headlines under Trump

In USA Today, EDC's Nikia Clarke offers insight on the impact of trade deals on small to medium-sized firms in the U.S.

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April 1, 2017 - The Street

Trump Trade Actions More Measured Than Campaign Talk, Goals Unclear

President Trump signed two executive orders on trade on Friday - one instructing the Commerce Department and U.S. Trade Representative to examine the United States trade deficit. WTC San Diego executive director and EDC vice president Nikia Clarke offers commentary in The Street.

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