About Matthew Klippenstein

Matthew Klippenstein Matthew Klippenstein is a renewable energy consultant in Vancouver, Canada. He has chronicled the Canadian electric car market for GreenCarReports.com since 2013, and has provided commentary (in English and French) for print, television, radio, web and podcast media. An early guest on "The Energy Transition Show", his work has also been discussed on "The Energy Gang". An occasional contributor to CleanTechnica, he co-hosts our own CleanTech Talk with Nicolas Zart.



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RE<<C and IPCC Scenario Compression

December 30th, 2016 | by Matthew Klippenstein

Q. What will be the most important technological development over the next 10 years that will have the greatest impact in reducing climate change risks? A. RE<

Canada Cancels Coal, Nissan Kiboshes Keiretsu (Cleantech Talk)

December 8th, 2016 | by Matthew Klippenstein

Editor's Intro: Nicolas Zart and Matthew Klippenstein recently recorded Cleantech Talk #30 for CleanTechnica. It's an interesting discussion about coal phaseout in Canada, Nissan's sale of 41% of its stake in Calsonic, and Volkswagen's EV transition ... or latest hiccups


We Ain’t Afraid Of No Trump! (Cleantech Talk Returns!)

November 21st, 2016 | by Matthew Klippenstein

After a longer-than-expected summer break, Cleantech Talk is back! With Zachary increasingly busy (alas, ever-expanding cleantech media empires don’t autonomously oversee themselves), this season’s co-hosting duties are now being shared by Matthew Klippenstein and Nicolas Zart


Total’s $1.1 Billion Saft Acquisition & Tom’s BMW i5 — Cleantech Talk #26

May 16th, 2016 | by Matthew Klippenstein

In episode #26 of Cleantech Talk, Matthew and I tackled Tom Moloughney’s vision for the BMW i5, how BMW could potentially compete with Tesla Motors and the Tesla Model 3. We then chatted about a fascinating recent acquisition -- Total's majority control acquisition of Saft -- and the general topic of Total's apparent leadership among oil companies in the transition to clean energy


Ontario Cleans Its Hands Of Coal

November 25th, 2013 | by Matthew Klippenstein

Canada’s “little Germany” has cut per-capita emissions 24% since 1990. The Ontario government announced on Friday that it will introduce legislation next [&hellip



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