The just-released Next 10 2014 California Green Innovation Index finds that consumer demand is driving cleantech growth in the state. Solar installations soared last year in California, which is among the most efficient, least carbon-intensive economies in the world.
In a significant transition for clean energy, solar beats wind in new installed generating capacity for 2013. That’s just part of the clean-energy picture for 2013. In a new report, Clean Edge identifies key trends that will affect the industry in the next few years.
The blogosphere reacts to a recent 60 Minutes episode that’s negative about cleantech. We take a look at what’s behind this and what it will take for those of us in solar and other cleantech sectors to frame the discussion.
Lyndon Rive, founder and CEO of SolarCity, is confident that a transformation is happening in how our energy is delivered. Distributed solar is that transformation. PV Solar Report spoke with Rive at the recent CleanTech Future II conference in San Francisco to get his take on the future of energy in the U.S.
Wondering which cleantech conference to attend this year? The CleanTech Future Conference II, in San Francisco November 4-5, promises to be an exciting event — with a stellar speaker lineup you won’t want to miss.
No surprise, San Jose, San Francisco, and Berkeley take honors for leading in renewable Clean Technology innovation and research.
Conservation and renewable energy is the key, an example of gas and electricity usage dating back to 1979 illustrates the point.
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