By Timothy Hurst on March 1, 2011
The investment in Transphorm represents yet another move by Google in the clean energy, energy efficiency and sustainable transportation sectors, including an offshore wind project, its own utility, and a human-powered monorail.
By Timothy Hurst on October 16, 2010
It’s always interesting to see the early stage companies and their products and services emerge at incubating contests like the Clean Tech Open. But which idea will emerge victorious? And even more importantly, will their product or service ever make it in the “real world?”
By Timothy Hurst on June 29, 2010
Many companies that are betting on green creativity as a way to position themselves for a consumer base more concerned about the sustainability of products and the corporate responsibility of companies than ever.
By Timothy Hurst on June 2, 2010
But what do they call it when a policy adopted in one major city then spurs the creation of a business and a market solution to an environmental problem in a city 3,000 miles away? I’m not sure there’s a name for that yet, but it’s exactly what happened in the case of New Hampshire entrepreneur Rian Bedard.
By Timothy Hurst on January 28, 2010
FloDesign secures $34.5 million of venture capital to go with $8.3 million from feds via ARPA-E program.