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Cleantech Is Exciting!

April 29th, 2018 | by Jacek Fior

If you ask people today if cleantech is exciting, they will most likely not care or, if part of our cleantech bubble community, they will say "yes" and start shouting out "Musk, Tesla, SpaceX, Mars, Musk, Tesla ... (yeah, I know SpaceX is for space travel not cleantech, but you know, Elon, Tesla, Musk, SpaceX...). The trouble is, Elon Musk has no rivals. I mean, business-wise, there is a long list of competitors, but in terms of popularity, he seems somehow unchallenged. Rivalries have always inspired rivals themselves, but also the watchers, the ones who supported one or the other, and I am talking about it in the positive sense of urging people to do more, do better, or just do


CleanTechnica Meetup In Amsterdam!

March 11th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

I'll be in Amsterdam again next week for the rEVolution conference. We had a fun CleanTechnica meetup last year on the night before the conference (which is actually how we ended up with Maarten as a superb CleanTechnica contributor). This year, the plan is to have a CleanTechnica meetup on March 13 again


Bloomberg: Tesla Set To Win

July 14th, 2017 | by Matt Pressman

Bad news may be on the horizon for Big Oil as electric cars gained traction this past week. Bloomberg reports that "France plans to end the sale of gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles by 2040" and "Volvo Car Group became the first major manufacturer to say it will start phasing out vehicles powered solely by fossil fuels." Who's poised to fill this gas-mobile void? "More than a dozen automakers are jostling to lead the U.S. electric-car race, but Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) sees a clear winner separating from the pack: Tesla Inc."



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