February 10th, 2010

The Winners! Boston’s Top 10 Clean Tech Companies

BOSTON -

The results are in! Here is the list, according to you, the community, of your top 10 favorite Boston clean tech companies.

For 2010, I decided I wanted to profile some awesome clean tech companies in Boston. As I started to make my list of favorite companies it became really large, 26 to be exact. Also, I realized I knew what companies I loved but I wanted to know what companies you LOVED. The obvious decision was to create a competition. Thus, Boston’s top 26 clean tech company competition was born. We received over 200 votes and I’ve been in contact with many of the companies already.

In 2010 I will be contacting and profiling one company per month. We received tons of votes but not many questions to ask these companies.

So, I still need your help! If you have time, leave a comment answering the question:

What is one thing you want to learn about these companies or ask their CEOs?

Stay tuned as a profile these companies in 2010. It’s going to be really fun.

Without further ado, voted by you here is the top 10 company and the 5 runner ups.

  1. Harvest Power
  2. Wakonda Technologies
  3. Alteris Inc
  4. groSolar
  5. VegaWatt
  6. Zip Car
  7. EnerNOC
  8. First Wind
  9. Greentech Media
  10. Evergreen Solar

In case you were curious, here are the 5 runner-ups

  1. Emergent Energy Group
  2. A123
  3. BigBelly Solar
  4. Blu Homes
  5. Alt E

So, I still need your help! If you have time, leave a comment answering the question:

What is one thing you want to learn about these companies or ask their CEOs?

Thank you! You’re awesome

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Chris Williams

About Chris Williams

Chris Williams is the editor of Green Light Distrikt and Chief Marketing Officer at HeatSpring . He has experience in business development, prototyping and new venture research with a focus on geothermal heat pumps, solar thermal and solar photovoltaic technologies. Chris is an IGSHPA accredited geothermal installer and NABCEP certified solar installer. Chris is focused on solving customer facing issues in the creation and adoption of clean energy technologies and products. Chris has installed over 300kW of solar and tens of geothermal systems. He's invented the PV Pal , developed many trainings at HeatSpring, publishes the NABCEP Study Guide , the Hitchhikers Guide to Cleantech and has done due diligence research for Urgent VC . Feel free to connect with him @topherwiliams , on Linkedin , or through email about new ventures, collaborating, writing, research or whatever is on your mind.

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  • UrbaneWay

    Hi Chris,
    Just wanted to stop by and say Thanks for the Shout Out, on behalf of our client, Harvest Power, We much appreciate it!

  • http://www.thegreenlightdistrikt.com Chris Williams

    Thanks for the feedback. Stay tuned for the video, audio, photo content I'll be gathering on the winners throughout 2010. I'm really excited, I think it's going to be great stuff, and fun to gather.

    Question: ass Harvest is your client, what is one thing the public wants to know about the company but doesn't already?

  • Anonymous

    Hi Chris,
    Thanks for reaching out, we look forward to seeing your additional content. In response to your question, perhaps the greatest asset that Harvest Power brings to the table, is the extensive and deep background of the founders, partners and team, which is highlighted on the about page of the Harvest Power Blog, http://blog.harvestpower.com/about/team/

    Thanks again, and we would welcome a guest blog from you, should you have any interest in engaging, let us know,

  • http://twitter.com/CleanPursuits mcm

    Chris- Nice work. I think an interesting question is: obviously, all of these companies develop meaningful green products or services – but what green practices do they incorporate into their own business operations?

  • http://www.thegreenlightdistrikt.com Chris Williams

    Thank you for the feedback. I agree, great question! You may be making solar panels, but do you recycle? We'll see!

    Chris

  • http://www.thegreenlightdistrikt.com Chris Williams

    Thank you for the feedback. I agree, great question! You may be making solar panels, but do you recycle? We'll see!

    Chris