November 14th, 2019 | by The Beam
Our work indicates that innovation for clean technology markets starts with a customer focus. The assumption that clean technologies are ready to come online if leaders set ambitious policy is too optimistic. While technologies may exist for a low carbon future, markets do not. Markets require both active buyers and sellers with adequate information. Grandiose goal-setting announcements do not create markets; it only distracts entrepreneurs from the job of creating and maintaining markets
December 3rd, 2017 | by Andrea Bertoli
Learn more about the Women Startup Challenge (co-hosted by Women Who Tech and Google) to support female entrepreneurs in the cleantech space.
December 3rd, 2016 | by Sponsored Content
After years of living in biopharma’s shadow, the cleantech sector is showing encouraging signs of life. New cleantech start-ups are popping up, and angel investors are again interested in investing in the promise of clean energy. According to the Propel(x) Survey of Angels, more than half reported that they are interested in the sector. That’s a far cry from the early 2000s, when cleantech was avoided by the investment community. Still, whether biopharma or cleantech, promising new ideas can take years to grow into viable offerings — not to mention large amounts of capital for conducting research, building infrastructure, and establishing distribution networks. That’s where cleantech could benefit by borrowing a few pages from the biopharma playbook
March 5th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan
Future360 has developed a good habit of catching up with leading cleantech investors and entrepreneurs and getting a few key [&hellip