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January 5th, 2010
Clean Tech Tuesdays was started last week (on a Saturday) after I noticed that I skim through Boston area news about once a week to keep up to date on whats happening. Every week, or every couple of weeks depending on how much news there is we’ll will share with you stories we find the most interesting.
Please share your stories or thoughts in the comments section or via twitter #cleantechtuesday.
Here’s the best:
Industry sector: Wind
December 22, 2009
Steven Chu made a bold prediction that although the Danes are #1 in wind right now the US is not far behind and cited Boston area company FloDesign as an innovator in the space with their light-weight, cheap, and efficient wind turbines.
Metcalfe is an interesting guy that has a great perspective. Here’s my favorite quote: “Networking isn’t the only goad Metcalfe’s been using to try to change people’s thinking on energy technology. “Green” has been politicized, he says, and its anti-business stigma is an impediment. Rather than “green tech,” or “cleantech,” Metcalfe’s been beating a drum for adoption of the term, “enertech.”
Industry sector: Government, Solar
December 29, 2009
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