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January 12th, 2010
This is the third Clean Tech Tuesday, though the first one was on a Friday. At first, I didn’t think I would be able to post about Boston based clean tech news every week, but things have not slowed down and there has been ample news stories every week that I want to highlight and share with you. I’m interested in hearing your stores as well, please share via twitter on #cleantechtuesday.
Also, please vote for your Top 3 favorite Boston clean tech companies. The top 10 vote receivers from the list of the top 26 of Boston clean tech companies will be profiled each month on The Green Light Distrikt in 2010 starting in February.
Here are my 4 favorite stories from the past week in no particular order:
1. Morgan Stanley Chooses EnerNOC’s Monitoring-Based Commissioning Application to Drive Persistent Energy Savings
Industry sector: Energy efficiency, Energy service
EnerNOC is seeing success in diversifying from their original and core product, demand response energy solutions, to other solutions namely the Monitoring-Based Commissioning Services (MBCx) cited here. Good news for EnerNOC who last quarter started to break even but has been a publicly traded company for a little over a year. There growth is certainly creating some jobs in their downtown Boston headquarters, just in case you’re looking you can EnerNOC job openings here
Title: Mass. named ‘most competitive’ state; Renewable energy to double in U.S. by 2012
Industry sector: Government
I know we’ve known this the whole time but its good to be named most competitive by an official survey, with real metrics, data and other mumbo-jumbo about something that we notice everyday. With this news, keep an eye out for companies to continuing to enter the space and for established companies that are looking to scale up, like Alteris Inc, or Nexamp.
Title: Mass. cleantech investments see upswing in ’09
Industry sector: Venture Capital
Good news but not hard to achieve. Considering that clean tech investments have been well down below 60% since 2005, growth is not that hard to create. But I’m not a hater, its good news and its clear on the streets that people are seeing opportunity once again.
Title: AMSC to co-develop offshore wind turbines in China
Industry sector: Wind
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