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If you aren’t familiar with Jigar Shah, you should be. In my list of 17 cleantech champions published at the beginning of the year,...

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Future360 has developed a good habit of catching up with leading cleantech investors and entrepreneurs and getting a few key tips out of them...

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Editor’s note: While we here at CleanTechnica have focused on the ‘soft costs’ of solar making German much cheaper than U.S. solar, one of...

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Last week, I posted letters from Jigar Shah (President of Coalition for Affordable Solar Energy) and a response from Hari Chandra Polavarapu (Managing Director of...


Solar and energy storage experts will gather at the Intersolar Summit USA East* in Brooklyn on March 23, 2017, for a one-day conference to...

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According to Jigar Shah, anti-dumping duties and tariffs invite retaliation, and escalate a global trade war which benefits no one in the solar industry.

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Electrify America and Terra-Gen are teaming up to bring clean renewable energy to the EA charging network.


By Alex Grant, Principal, Jade Cove Partners, San Francisco, USA, & Paul Martin, Chemical Process Development Expert, Toronto, Canada Exxon first correctly identified combustion of...

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In this article, I'll talk about what Texas is doing with utility-scale solar and how the motivation is different than many other states.

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Small, nimble startups are leading the shift to electric cars, while big U.S. automakers and oil majors are struggling to keep up.


Capricorn Investment Group (CIG) reached out to CleanTechnica with a request to re-publish their open letter to the new CEO of GE, Mr. Lawrence...

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