February 19th, 2010

SURVEY: What do you Want to Know about Cleantech in Boston?


What do you want to know about the clean tech industry in Boston? I have about 53 1/6 posts in my queue and plenty of ideas all the time, but I really want to know what would be helpful for you. I’ve thought about covering local events, writing about the resources available to college students, entrepreneurs or career changers, covering local news stories. But I want to make sure it’s something you care about. If you have something you’re really interested in learning about, please put it in the comment section. Thank you :)

This has been a great first couple months of The Green Light Distrikt, I only started the blog a couple months ago and I’ve received some great feedback.

Some highlights include:

The Green Tech Vs. Clean Tech. Vs Ener Tech post received some great retweeting and comments

We launched our first competition, the Top 26 Boston Competition and also announced the Top 10 winners here! We’ll be profiling each company in 2010 so stay tuned.

I did our first and second video posts at a local green drinks event and I plan to do more

We launched our local Boston clean tech events section. We aggregate the calenders from more then 15 local calenders to let you know whats happening in the area.

Our industry insiders have grown to three, a couple more coming soon!

Currently, we’re planning a Clean Tech Roundtable for April 3rd at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge. The event will be a forum to highlight innovated clean tech organizations in the Boston area and have their leaders share their successes, challenges, future insights with influential bloggers, industry professionals and the community.

Again, if you have something you’re really interested in learning about, please put it in the comment section. Thank you :)

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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.