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GreenPower Aims to Solve City Emissions with Full Suite of Electric Buses

August 2nd, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

City dwellers have long suffered the negative effects of the exhaust emissions pouring out of the tailpipes of large diesel transit buses, school buses, and the like. Having ridden the bus to school in elementary school, I have very early memories of the thick columns of black exhaust being piped out the back of the bus after being dropped off. It was never pleasant but recent studies revealing just how harmful and carcinogenic that very same diesel exhaust is to our health have made those large diesel vehicles targets for cities around the world as they work to map out their path forward to a clean air future


Air Pollution Solutions via Innovative CleanTech

July 4th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

The enVerid cleantech solution to air pollution applies an innovative mix of material science, engineering, and operational algorithms to improve air quality and reduce energy costs in all types of commercial and public buildings


The Internet of Things: Making the Energy Industry New (and Great) Again

June 16th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

When we think about the energy industry, we don’t always think fast-paced innovation. While we are making advancements in wind and solar, much of today’s energy still relies on fossil fuels — a substance literally formed millions of years ago. But the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing all that.


The Future Of Buying Solar Will Be Consumer Empowered

June 14th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

The solar industry is facing big changes. Many factors, including high cancellation rates of large purchases, indicate that consumers may not have been fully educated about all of their options before their purchase, and may be been subjected to high-pressure sales consultations. But Pick My Solar is working to change this model with a customer-first focus.


Support Carbon Pricing! … And Maybe Win A Tesla

June 14th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

Climate XChange is working to make Massachusetts a carbon pricing leader, and using that success to grow the cause into other states, nationwide, and perhaps to other nations. Oh, and they are hosting a raffle for a brand new Tesla.


Phoenix Motorcars Seeks To Transform Transit With Electric Shuttles & Flatbed Trucks

June 7th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

Phoenix Motorcars was started in 2003 with a focus on developing and producing electric vehicles. The Phoenix team is currently building a variety of customizable Class 3 & 4 vehicles for fleets, including shuttle buses, flatbed trucks, and work trucks that strike at a segment of the market that traditionally runs on diesel. The vehicles Phoenix is building enables industries previously left out of the clean energy transition to convert their fleets to the lower-cost-of-ownership, clean-air vehicles that many other industries have enjoyed for years


Ag Tech Startup Taranis Delivers Big Savings For Farmers

June 6th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

The ability to invest in companies that share the same core beliefs was a challenge that until recently was largely out of reach to individual investors and available only to the Venture Capital elite. This interest in impact investing — where people use their money to invest in companies that are making an impact in areas the individual is passionate about — has risen dramatically in recent years. In parallel to this movement, the popularity of crowdfunding campaigns sparked by the likes of Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Go Fund Me have created the right conditions for the two to meet in the form of equity crowdfunding


Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum Returns For Second Year

May 31st, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

After successful inaugural year, Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum returns this September! The forum is organized around modules that each provide in-depth topical study, and brings together a diverse set of thought leaders, industry practitioners, policy experts, and scholars working on the leading edge of sustainability


Could Electric Vehicles Become The New Norm?

May 16th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

No one can deny that something big is happening to the automotive industry. Companies like Nissan, Ford, Honda, and Zipcar are all entering the electric automotive race to offer sustainable cars that meet consumer demands, government regulations, and stand up to the gas-powered vehicle



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