Tag Archives: renewable energy

Clean Tech Battle Cry For Generation Y

May 25, 2011

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I recently wrote about the struggles of clean tech to thrive without incentives from government funded research, federal tax cuts, and consumer financial programs. It stemmed quite the conversation in the comments section. Can clean tech continue to boom? If the elimination of incentive to drive demand and access is merely a road block, how […]

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Energy Visionaries Can Overcome Objections to Innovation

May 15, 2011

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Energy issues are present in plenty, these days. What’s not so common are the visionaries the energy industry needs to build and maintain momentum, support, and action. There are so many naysayers quick to jump on the anti-renewable bandwagon out there. I know from experience. Being once a student of renewable energy technology, I heard […]

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Energy Efficiency Is Not Sexy

February 12, 2011

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Renewable energy is sexy – with its gorgeous twirling wind farms cascading over Californian hills, solar panel arrays that look like something straight out of a sci-fi novel, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles that mimic the appearance of those space pods in the Fifth Element, vertical bore geothermal fields with all their soil and clay studies……… […]

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