Breaking through the Green Ceiling

Breaking through the Green Ceiling

By Joey Marquart As we get a break from the heated partisan debate around the debt ceiling, the clean tech sector has a moment to…

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Should clean tech do a better job engaging the youth?

Should clean tech do a better job engaging the youth?

By Kimberly Kupiecki It’s no surprise that youth are more tech-savvy than their parents.  They grew up with technology from a young age and are…

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“Solar Panels” or “Solar Power”? A glimpse into online conversations on solar

“Solar Panels” or “Solar Power”? A glimpse into online conversations on solar

By Eric Raymond Companies in the solar industry wrestle for position and identity, trumpeting their latest innovation, funding or legislation. Blogs, forums and social media…

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At ConnectivityWeek, a focus on the smart grid value proposition

At ConnectivityWeek, a focus on the smart grid value proposition

By Kimberly Kupiecki, senior vice president, cleantech group leader, Edelman At ConnectivityWeek 2011, it was clear that while the smart grid has had its ups…

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Smart meters are key to unlocking the potential of the smart grid

Smart meters are key to unlocking the potential of the smart grid

By Michael McCullough, Edelman In late March, PG&E announced that it would allow customers to opt-out of smart meters. While this is a logical response to customer…

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Edelman Cleantech Tracker

Edelman Cleantech Tracker

A news round-up of global hot topics Solar Updates Marines’ Arsenal – The Wall Street Journal: A company of U.S. Marines recently conducted a remarkable three-week…

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On Earth Day, A Call for Consumer-Friendly Cleantech

On Earth Day, A Call for Consumer-Friendly Cleantech

By Monica Walsh The key to making cleantech mainstream is using technology in a way no one else has thought of before. Renewable energy companies…

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Is THIS the time the U.S. kicks its foreign oil habit?

Is THIS the time the U.S. kicks its foreign oil habit?

By Joshua Gardner As Joseph Lazzaro at AOL’s Daily Finance has noted, perhaps the biggest energy policy mistake the United States made in the 20th century…

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