12 Technologies Which Could Save The World BuzzFeed, February 18, 2015 1. Solar glass We’re familiar with solar panels, and solar is probably the most promising renewable energy source. But we are on the verge of a major change in the technology. “Power generating windows are already available and companies are working hard to cut costs … Read more
New Report Shows Energy Intelligence Software Critical to Enterprise Energy Management Forbes, January 26, 2015 According to a new report by Forbes Insights, in association with EnerNOC, “No More Wasted Energy: The Power of Energy Intelligence Software,” information technology can help enterprises reduce energy costs, mitigate risks, streamline compliance and increase operational efficiency. Advanced software systems … Read more
Cleantech, Climate in the Spotlight at the State of the Union Allison Donnelly for Zondits, January 22, 2015 The State of the Union address is an opportunity for the President to comment on where the nation stands, but more than that, it sets the tone for the policy issues that the administration wants to pursue. … Read more
GE’s enhanced energy efficiency innovations at World Future Energy Summit 2015 to drive sustainable growth AME, January 18, 2015 GE (NYSE: GE) is presenting its advanced energy efficiency innovations that drive the region’s sustainable growth at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2015, the region’s largest gathering on future energy, to be held from January … Read more
Clevest Wins Clean Tech Award for Smart Energy Solution Newswire Today Press Release, January 5, 2015 Clevest Solutions Inc., a leading provider of mobile workforce automation software including smart grid mobile, has won Best Smart Energy Solution in the Clean Tech category from The New Economy Awards 2014. This award recognizes Clevest’s Mobile Workforce Management … Read more
On the surface, the clean energy sector sounds like a promising place for startups. The reality is more complicated, with many clean tech startups burning through investment capital and struggling to identify marketable products. However, that isn’t stopping a number of organizations from awarding serious funding to highly innovative clean energy entrepreneurs.