CleanTechnica ct reader survey 2012

Published on June 11th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan


Your Chance to Direct CleanTechnica!!

June 11th, 2012 by  

It’s that time again — time for a CleanTechnica reader survey, our 2nd annual reader survey!

I think this should take about 1-2 minutes to complete (unless you have a lot of extra comments to make). And, if you have been following CleanTechnica for very long at all, I think you well know that we really will be taking your answers into account.

If you have any additional comments, you can enter them like normal in the comments below, or you can send me a private message via our CleanTechnica Facebook page or via Google+ (my personal account).

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  • Raraw_Omen

    Interested in seeing if you could add a dedicated section that tracks newly installed, previously installed, and planned solar/wind/geothermal installations. I hope that makes enough sense. 

    • Zachary Shahan

      hmm, good one… have to see how possible that seems…

      actually interested in have “Solar Facts” and “Wind Facts” pages (and “Hydro Facts” that would include Wave, Tidal, etc), but will take a lot of work to set up and maintain and I’m not sure yet what factors we’ll be able to actually include in there (if we can get those pages up).

      thanks for the nudge & idea

      • Raraw_Omen

        I was almost imagining like some kind of simple table for each (Solar, Wind, Geothermal) , listing out each installation…  Each installation (whether its planned or existing) would display the max capacity, and allow users to click on the name to find more information about that particular installation. 
        You could try to streamline much of the process by creating some type of collaborative effort from users, in which we would be able to submit installations new/old/planned ( you would maybe filter those submissions to put a check on redundancy)…… Here’s an example of what I’m speaking of, but it isn’t kept up to date, doesn’t give out much information, and this is only for Texas:

        • Zachary Shahan

          i know some market research companies track this sort of thing, but not sure what they show/offer — will have to check those out first.

  • Juhyuck

    How about intermittency problem of renewable energy?

  • Kevin Meyerson

    Interested in more information on Germany’s energy revolution (from both  policy and technology perspectives), and Passivhaus and other ultra high performance building standards.

  • Jeff

    Possibly covering or creating an entire section for schools that are creating green programs or other things like that 

    • Zachary Shahan

      hmm, like that.

    • Bob_Wallace

      On a different thread someone just linked a site that is working on schools/jobs in the wind industry.

  • wattleberry

    Car  and highway issues can be adequately covered in Gas 02 if it can be included as a standalone Gadget.

    • Zachary Shahan

      Thanks. Working on something along those lines.

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